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Rainbow Memories workshop this Saturday 20th March

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COTA SA, History Trust of South Australia, SAMESH & Feast Festival, March 2021 Join us to capture stories and mementoes from our LGBTI history. Think of up to 10 items (photos, flyers, sports trophies, banners, posters etc) you would like digitised or photographed, and about the stories that go with them. There will be people who will scan and photograph; scribes to help with writing your...

Adelaide abortion clinic calls for safe access from protesters

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InDaily,  31/5/19 Staff at an Adelaide abortion clinic have called for safe access zone laws due to pro-life supporters they claim stand near the centre, holding placards and photographing and filming people entering and leaving. Unlike New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania and Victoria, South Australia has no safe access zone laws that...

Rules about sex: getting them right – upcoming training day

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SHINE SA, September 2018 This stand-alone workshop introduces participants to a wide range of education resources that may be borrowed from SHINE SA and provides permanent access to an electronic resource on CD that can be applied immediately in the workplace. The CD based resource has been produced to assist workers and carers to assess knowledge and teach rules about touch and sexual behaviour...

The Rainbow Calendar Photography Competition is back

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Bfriend, August 2018 After a one year absence the Rainbow Calendar Project is back. The success of the last two calendars has led to the RCP team launching its third photography competition to create yet another calendar, full of LGBTIQA+ photo goodness and event information. This year’s theme is ‘Kaleidoscope: As we are’ and the organisers would love to see a huge range of submissions to...

‘Revenge porn’: one in five report they have been victims in Australian survey

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Guardian, Monday 8 May 2017 04.30 AEST The first comprehensive research on so-called revenge porn has shed light on the “mass scale of victimisation” across Australia and its sometimes devastating impact. A survey of nearly 4,300 people led by RMIT University and Monash University revealed that 20% of respondents had had images or videos of a nude or sexual nature taken without their consent; 11%...

Knowing your labia (radio on demand)

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Triple R radio,18.04.2017 What does a “normal” labia look like? What is driving the increased demand of labioplasty? These are some of the questions leading to the creation of The Labia Library, an initiative from Women’s Health Victoria. It provides access to unaltered images of women’s labia, in order to dispel concerns and myths due to the rise of censored and altered images in pornography. Dr...

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