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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community in Melbourne
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Two Anglican priests will become the first to have their relationship officially blessed by their church in Australia after their local diocese in rural Victoria …. Sircuit Sundays, Sircuit Bar, Fitzroy. Sunday, 25 August, Photographer: Dean Arcuri. Saturday, 24 August
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Landmark study to track gay and bisexual men's attitudes on body image
In essence this legislative reform will allow transgender and gender diverse Victorians to change the gender marker on their birth certificate without having to undergo sex reassignment surgery. This simple reform will make a huge difference to the lives of those people who are currently unable to easily align their birth certificate with their affirmed gender. The Jewish community, along with other communities across the state, will benefit from this reform, as its trans and gender diverse people can start living fuller, more meaningful lives, participating in activities that other people take for granted. Aleph Melbourne commends these reforms, but also notes they are substandard to the recent Tasmanian reforms that made gender optional on birth certificates. More information : Ygender: Birth Certificate Reform
We get things done, so check out our Achievements! Common biphobia issues such as bi-erasure, bi-invisibility and monosexism become daily struggles for those who identify as bisexual inside and outside of queer spaces. Currently in Australia the overwhelming majority of education on queer issues is drawn from gay and lesbian literature. MBN aims to provide accurate and useful resources to assist in educating the health service sector on the specific experiences and needs of people who identify as bisexual. This will be done by acknowledging that bisexuality is a unique sexual orientation and intersects with trans and gender diverse identities, cisgenderism, ethnicity, social and economic location, traditional and non-traditional relationship models, people with disabilities, as well as mental health status including neurodiversity of biseuxal people.
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