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Healing Spiritual Harms: Supporting Recovery from LGBTQA+ Change and Suppression Practices

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The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, February 2021 This research report presents findings from a project conducted in partnership with the Brave Network, the Australian LGBTIQ+ Multicultural Council (AGMC) and the Victorian Government on recovery support needs of survivors of LGBTQA+ change and suppression (conversion) practices. Studies suggest that at...

GPs urged not to test gay men for STI ‘super bug’ over fears it will become more antibiotic resistant

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Guardian Australia, Wed 17 Mar 2021 03.30 AEDT GPs have been urged not to test gay men for one of the most prevalent sexually transmitted infections unless they have symptoms, with new research from the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre warning that treating asymptomatic men is accelerating its resistance to antibiotics. Many general practitioners have begun testing for Mycoplasma Genitalium as part...

Covid Vaccine Eligibility declaration form for PLHIV

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via AFAO/NAPWHA/Thorne Harbour Health, March 2021 Australia has now begun Phase 1b of the Covid-19 vaccination roll-out program. All people living with HIV are eligible to receive the vaccine during this phase. There is an Covid Vaccine Eligibility declaration form that Phase 1B eligible  patients can take with them to any vaccination clinic / hub.  HIV positive patients are explicitly included...

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...

‘Good intentions are not enough’: Calls to consider complex coercive control faced by migrant women

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SBS News, 24/2/2021 Groups representing culturally and linguistically diverse communities are calling for a cautious approach to criminalising coercive control that gives a voice to already vulnerable victim-survivors. Coercive and controlling behaviours are complex and can look vastly different across culturally and linguistically diverse communities, experts have told a parliamentary inquiry...

Morning tea: National Day of Women Living with HIV

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SAMESH, 24/2/2021 Join us at Hyde Street for morning tea to mark the National Day of Women Living with HIV for 2021.  This annual event is an initiative of the National Network of Women Living with HIV, known as Femfatales. It is an opportunity to raise awareness of the needs of women living with HIV in Australia, and give them the opportunity to meet with their peers. It also gives us a chance...

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