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New podcast by women living with HIV in Australia “Our Stories: Ending HIV Stigma”

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Positive Women Victoria, October 2020 Welcome to Our Stories: Ending HIV Stigma, a podcast about women, by women living with HIV in Australia to challenge the myths and stereotypes that feed HIV stigma.  We share our stories of achieving our personal and career goals, navigating sex and relationships, and our journey through pregnancy and motherhood in this new era of Undetectable equals...

Breaking the Binary Code: Celebrating gender and sexuality diversity

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The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre (Victoria), 2020 Breaking the Binary Code: Celebrating gender and sexuality diversity, challenging stereotypes and relationship expectations is a 18-month primary prevention of family violence project.  The project has a strengths-based approach working with LGBTIQA+ young people, community and stakeholders. It was led in partnership with The Sexual...

SEXUAL HEALTH MATTERS: new clinical podcast from SHINE SA

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SHINE SA, May 2020 Filled with quality clinical guidance and tips for best practice, SHINE SA’s new Sexual Health Matters – Clinical Podcast delves into the intimate regions of the body and broaches the uncomfortable conversations necessary to ensure client safety and sexual/reproductive well-being. Through discussion, interview and explanation, experienced sexual health clinicians raise...

Crystal Clear: Forum & Podcast Launch

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SAMESH, 25/11/2019 Join our panel of researchers, health care workers, community members and psychologists as they delve into the issues of crystal use among gay men and men who have sex with men. Following the Crystal Pleasures study into methamphetamine use in gay men and men who have sex with men, CSRH has produced a series of podcasts discussing this issue at length from a variety of...

More than half of Aussie men report experiencing sexual difficulties

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The Conversation, March 22, 2019 One in two Australian men aged 18 to 55 have experienced sexual difficulty in the past 12 months, according to data released this week. The findings are drawn from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health, which included more than 12,000 men. Overall, 54% of sexually active men reported having at least one specific sexual problem lasting three months or...

Why National Condom Day might be more important than Valentine’s Day: media release

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SHINE SA Media Release, 13 February 2019 National Condom Day is 14 February, a day to promote healthy sexual relationships and encourage the use of condoms. Condoms are not only a form of contraception but are also able to protect against STIs. With national rates of STIs rising it’s important that people understand the benefits of condoms. The benefits of condoms include reducing the risk of...

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