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OMG I’m Trans

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COMING OUT as TRANS or gender diverse doesn’t have to be an OMG thing.
Embracing your gender identity is an amazing thing, but navigating coming out, school uniform, legal rights, talking to doctors, and everything else can be tricky on your own, so we, Minus 18, created OMG I’m Trans! 

Made by trans young people, for trans young people, covering all the things we wanted to as young gender diverse people coming out!

A terrific resource from Minus18.

Sex ‘n Stuff

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After you guys told us about what you wanted to know about understanding sex, we went on a mission to get you all the information you asked for. So here it is – heaps of information about Sex ‘n Stuff.

Play Safe

safesexHealth, New South Wales, Play Safe, is an online forum for young people seeking advice regarding safe sex.

Looks like a useful site.

 

It covers the follow:

  • Why condoms?
  • Could I have an STI?
  • Where can I get tested?
  • Why get tested?
  • Myth vs Truth
  • Nurse Nettie

Gus Johnston: The reality of homophobia in sport

After many years of competing in hockey at an elite level, I’ve decided to share my story and experience with homophobia in sport. It’s taken me many years to find the strength to share it, but I hope that people find value in hearing it.

These are my personal views and experiences.

Safe Schools Coalition Victoria

sscv Safe Schools Coalition Victoria (SSCV) is a partnership between Rainbow Network Victoria and the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) as well as a coalition of schools and individuals dedicated to creating safer educational environments. Our aim is that schools in Victoria are places where same sex attracted and gender questioning young people are supported, where every family can belong, where every teacher can teach and every student can learn. Explore our website to find out more! The project is funded by the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.

Rainbow Network Website

rainbow-logoRainbow Network Victoria has a newly revitalised and updated website. The new site is aimed at serving all your same sex attracted and transgender youth support, resource and professional development needs! The site features a new online membership form, search by topic facilities, countdown to the latest training opportunities, and much more! Any questions, comments or requests contact Roz on [email protected]

GQ Gender Questioning

gq-thumb-nail-newGQ: Gender Questioning is a resource produced by GLHV in conjunction with the Trans Melbourne Gender Project. It is designed to provide information and support to young people between 16 and 25 who are questioning their gender or supporting someone who is doing so. It will be distributed through counsellors, school nurses and health services. For hard copies or to download a PDF follow this link.

Youth Central Website

youth-central-100-3-adYouth Central is an informational website developed by the Victorian Government  for young people aged 12-25.

It includes sections on relationships & sexual health and same-sex attraction.

Secca Pamphlets

logoThe Sexuality Education Counselling and Consultancy Agency (SECCA) has developed a number of pamphlets aimed at those with disabilities.

Some are available as a PDF and some can be ordered through SECCA.

For more information, click here.

IStaySafe

istaysafeThe IStaySafe website was developed as a resource to provide students across the state with information about managing their own sexual health.

Developed by Family Planning Queensland.