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LGBTI Resources

“Books for Parent’s with an LGBTI Branch on the Family Tree”

(An amended University assignment from some years ago, that may be of interest.) 

The Australian Psychological Society LGBTI page may also be of interest 

You might find this of interest – The ANZ “#HoldTight” Campaign about how ANZ is expressing support for the LGBTIQ community with it’s “Hold Tight”, a campaign celebrating the power of holding hands.

Watch the ad here on YouTube

See ANZ staff talk about the #HoldTight campaign 

Another Closet – LGBTIQ Domestic and Family Violence. (Most LGBTIQ relationships are based on love and respect. Some are based on abuse and control. This website is written for people in LGBTIQ relationships who are, or may be, experiencing domestic and family violence.)

The Beyond Blue website for the Gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (GLBTI) population; 

Freedom CentreFor young people (under 26) to support each other and their communities to be informed, happy and healthy about their sexuality, sex and gender.

Curve Magazine (previously published as “Lesbians on the Loose Magazine“) – Their mission: To maintain and build upon 25 years of successful publishing and continue to offer fresh and diverse content for lesbian and bisexual women through quality journalism and community involvement.

Living Proud (previously known as Gay & Lesbian Community Services of WA) 

OutInPerth – Gay and Lesbian Perth WA News, information and Community Listings

Perth Rainbow Toastmasters – Perth Rainbow Toastmaster Club is specifically for members, friends, family and supporters of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Pride WA – Celebrating Diverse Sexualities

Prime Timers WA – Is a social networking organisation, established in 2003 for mature gay and bisexual men.

Q-life – The Nationally oriented counselling and referral service for people of diverse sex, genders and sexualities

Site of the June 28, 1969 Stonewall Riots often described as the start of the modern Gay and Lesbian rights movement.

There are also two “docudrama’s” named “Stonewall”, and various documentaries about its place in LGBTI history.

“Our gayness is not something like skin colour, or sex, or infirmity, apparent to both us and others. We have to discover our homosexuality, and having discovered it, we have a wide range of options, hardly available to others who are stigmatized, as to how we should reveal our stigma.”

Dennis Altman (1971) Homosexual Oppression and Liberation. New York, NY: Avon Books.