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Experiences of Autistic Gay or Pansexual Men (Cis or Trans) and/or Non-Binary People in South Australia

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Vemel (Resh) Ramasamy, PhD candidate at Flinders University, August 2021 Greetings. I am Resh. I am a coloured autistic gay cis man and non-binary person. I also identify as asexual, aromantic, demisexual and sapiosexual. I am conducting a research project as part of my PhD study at Flinders University. The project is about the experiences of autistic gay or pansexual men (cis or trans) and/or...

STIs in remote Australia

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ABC Health Report, Monday 18 March 2019 5:45 PM Leading Aboriginal researcher Associate Professor James Ward* is calling for action in remote Australia to deal with a preventable epidemic of sexually transmissible infections — including syphilis — in a population that’s no more sexually active than non-Indigenous people of the same age.   He joined Dr Norman Swan’s Health Report on ABC RN...

The sexual politics of domestic violence and women’s citizenship

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The Seventh South Australian Women’s and Gender Studies Annual Public Lecture To be delivered by Professor Suzanne Franzway, Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of South Australia 6pm Thursday 6th October at Flinders University Victoria Square: Level 2, 182 Victoria Square (southeast corner of the Flinders Street and  Victoria Square intersection) Everyone is...

Labiaplasty surgery prompted by derogatory comments, research finds

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ABC Health & Wellbeing, posted Tue at 10:46am Every year thousands of women undergo labiaplasties – a relatively new surgical procedure that alters the folds of skin surrounding a woman’s vagina: the labia minora (inner labia) and the labia majora (outer labia). Derogatory comments about the appearance of their genitals, as well as physical discomfort during certain activities...

Fertility and family planning survey

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Description of the study: This survey is for a study which forms part of the project entitled ‘Australians’ perceptions of fertility and attitudes towards ovarian reserve testing’. This project will investigate Australian men and women’s perceptions of the change in female fertility potential with increasing age and their attitudes towards ovarian reserve testing. This project is supported...

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