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Asian, Gay & COVID-19 (Free online event)

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 Gay Asian Proud & Thorne Harbour Health, July 2020 A live online chat with James & Amirul – sharing their lived experience as same-sex attracted guys with Asian backgrounds. Date And Time: Thu, 6 August 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM ACST Living Room Sharing Session: Join Gay Asian Proud (GAP) coordinators James and Amirul in this casual, friendly and insightful conversation about being...

New Resource for young LGBTIQA+ people

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Victim Support Service, May 2020 The Rainbow Safety Guide is an informational wallet card that links LGBTIQ+ youth experiencing violence and abuse to online and phone resources. The Guide was made by and for LGBTIQ+ youth. meet the artist/DESIGNER: India Potter (she/they is an Adelaide based young queer artist who does both digital and watercolour designs. Her art often portrays the queer...

LGBTQ Online Forum: COVID-19 & Our Communities

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ACON, April 2020 When: Monday 6 April 2020, 3pm-4.30pm (Virtual Event via Zoom) ACON will be hosting a live online information session to explore coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on sexuality and gender diverse communities on Monday 6 April 3pm – 4.30pm. The forum will include experts from community, public health and medicine, who will talk through issues, answer questions and provide...

Thorne Harbour Health calls for community to stop having casual sex during COVID-19

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Thorne Harbour Health – media release, 26 March 2020 For the first time in its four-decade history, Thorne Harbour Health is calling on communities to stop having casual sex in the face of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Thorne Harbour Health, formerly the Victorian AIDS Council, is calling on LGBTI communities and people living with HIV to limit their risk of COVID-19 transmission...

New resource: LGBTI R U OK? Conversation Guide

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National LGBTI Health Alliance and R U OK?,  February 2020 “Life can be challenging, and we all need support during times of grief, loss, relationship breakdown and when we’re under work or financial pressure. On top of this, LGBTI people might be subject to prejudice, stigma, discrimination, harassment, and violence.”  National LGBTI Health Alliance has collaborated with R U OK? to...

Snapshot of mental health and suicide prevention statistics for LGBTI people

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The National LGBTI Health Alliance (The Alliance), February 2020 Although many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) Australians live healthy and happy lives, research has demonstrated that a disproportionate number experience poorer mental health outcomes and have higher risk of suicidal behaviours than their peers. These health outcomes are directly related to experiences of...

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