Gender Questioning booklet
By GLHV and Trans Melbourne Gender Project The Gender Questioning booklet was produced by Gay Lesbian Health Victoria with the help of the Trans Melbourne Gender Project. It’s intended for gender-questioning and genderqueer youth, but is useful for people of all ages. The booklet is also available as a printed brochure from Gay Lesbian Health Victoria and the Rainbow Network. Gender Questioning on GLHV website Download the Gender Questioning booklet
Zoe Belle Gender Collective
The Zoe Belle Gender Collective (ZBGC) website contains a great deal of information useful to the trans community in Victoria and Australia. The directory is a collection of trans and queer friendly businesses, groups and resources. You can contribute anonymously to this directory, or as advertise your LGBTI friendly business. The Forums allow visitors to discuss issues they’re facing in a moderated, safe environment, and to list events and other things of interest. Anonymous contributions …
3rd December – My Agender fundraiser
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This fundraiser is to raise money to assist with the production and publishing costs of the “My Agender” book, a collection of personal stories from the sex and gender-diverse community. When: December 3rd, 8pm Where: Neverwhere, 185 Smith Street, Fitzroy How much: $10 entry Web site:
Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein is a feminist writer, actress, performance artist and frequent guest on daytime television talk shows. She regards herself as genderqueer rather than a purely trans-woman, and has written many books on the subject of gender. Borrow Kate Bornstein books in the GQA library Visit Kate’s website
Switchboard Victoria provides free, confidential telephone counselling 7 days a week. We serve the Victorian and Tasmanian GLBTI community. Switchboard is also a part of QLife. Switchboard website Victoria (03) 9663 2939 Victoria regional & Tasmania: 1800 184 527