GLHV online resource library
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This guide has been designed to assist GPs, practice nurses and practice staff to be inclusive of and sensitive to lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people.
Resource sheet published by the Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.
A resource sheet written by the Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault.
People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) Victoria have released 'HIV & Oral Health' as part of their information series for people living living with HIV
IGLA, the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association have designed this project to raises awareness of some misconceptions on lesbian’s health and sexual behaviour that could have life-threatening consequences.
A check list for health practitioners providing pap tests for trans men.
This resource kit aims to help children, families and early childhood educators start discussions about the diversity of families – including same-sex parented families – who are part of their communities.
In 2008, Commonwealth laws changed to ensure that the children of same-sex couples are recognised in many circumstances.
A factsheet produced by the National Welfare Rights Network highlights the impact of the Government's same-sex reforms on Social Security and Family Assistance entitlements
A wide range of STI fact sheets are availible online. We have provied the links to three reliable organisation which offer sexual health information and STI fact sheets and we have included the most common STI fact sheets as pdf's.
The Australian Centre for Post Traumatic Mental Health based at Melbourne University has a range of fact sheets aimed at self help and general information about trauma.
Children with lesbian and/or gay parents have always existed. In more recent times, lesbian parented families have been increasing in number and visibility. Consequently, our children are now attending early childhood services in greater numbers. This booklet is a resource for childcare workers. It was written by members of the lesbian parents
playgroups in the City of Darebin in Victoria, with the assistance of a number of early childhood workers.
To offer those who work with, live with, or love LGBT elders insight into their concerns, lifestyles, and belief sets, the Transgender Aging Network (TAN) has constructed the "Living Memory LGBT History Timeline." Divided by decade (starting with the 1920s), the timeline cross-references how old those who are currently ages 50 to 100 would have been when critical LGBT events or changes took place.
This resource is a tool to assist service providers access information, purchase resources or provide internet links to young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)
or are questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity.
This booklet is about being gay, having HIV and sex.
It has been written primarily for gay men with HIV, and for this reason is written from a positive man’s perspective.
For HIV negative readers who may not know the
status of their sexual partners or may be in a
relationship with a man who is HIV positive, we hope this booklet gives you some insight into the issues facing gay men with HIV.
Lesbians; Youth; Contraception; Self perception; Sexual behaviour; HIV; Statistics; Sexual abuse; Harassment; Psychosocial aspects
This short inforamtion sheet produced by the Victorian Police, points out their approach to family violence in same sex relationships and offers advice and support through their Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officers.
Victoria Police has appointed a number of lesbian,
The HIV/AIDS Program at Public Health - Seattle & King County (USA) has developed 2 new booklets for gay/bi men who want to help a loved
one involved in problematic drug or alcohol use. The booklets entitled "When Your Friend Has a Drug or Alcohol Problem" and "When Your Partner has a Drug or Alcohol Problem"
This guide provides the primary care team with a low-cost action plan for improving trust and communication between gay men and their GPs and thus achieving important health gains.