GLBTQIA Sexuality

See below for some great resources for GLBTI.

ACON is Australia’s largest community-based gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Intersex (GLBTI) health and HIV/AIDS organisation.

They promote the health and wellbeing of the GLBTI community and people affected by HIV, and reduce HIV transmission.

ACON provides a broad range of health promotion and support services. In the area of policy and advocacy, Their work also covers other health issues for the GLBT community such as:

ACON Workshops

ACON runs fantastic workshops for guysgirls, and trans youth (under 26yrs) to talk about being GLBT, coming out, sex, relationships and the community and gives you a chance to met other GLBT people.

“I call myself bisexual because I acknowledge that I have in myself the potential to be attracted –– romantically and/or sexually –– to people of more than one sex and/or gender, not necessarily at the same time, not necessarily in the same way, and not necessarily to the same degree”. — Robyn Och

The Bisexual Resource Center envisions a world where love is celebrated, regardless of sexual orientation or gender expression. Because bisexuals today are still misunderstood, marginalized and discriminated against, the BRC is committed to providing support to the bisexual community and raising public awareness about bisexuality and bisexual people.

Gay and Married Men’s Association of NSW is a support group for men who primarily identify themselves as homosexual, bisexual or who are unsure of their sexuality. Specifically focused on men who are (or who have been) involved in heterosexual relationships.

M Clinic (only for men) – at Sydney Sexual Health Clinic. In addition to their usual sexual health services, Sydney Sexual Health provides a free, confidential, clinic on Tuesday evenings for men who have sex with men. No Medicare card required.

T: 02 9382 7440 for an appointment

The Hook Up: Intersex and queer ses positions


We have a vision of a world where people of all sexualities, genders and intersex status are Affirmed, Secure, Healthy and Connected living in a society without oppression, persecution or violence.

Youth counselling and workshops free for persons 12-25 years


Parents and Friends of Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people.

Keeping Families Together is a great resource for family and friends. It provides information on the myths and commonly asked questions about being ‘gay’. Available for down load in many languages.

IDAHO 2012 Family Day: Comming out stories from families of GLBTI at Parramatta NSW by PFLAG

QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) people. The project will provide nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services to diverse people of all ages experiencing poor mental health, psychological distress, social isolation, discrimination, experiences of being misgendered and/or other social determinants that impact on their health and wellbeing.

Daily chat lines or telephone counselling run by peers

Daily chat line and telephone counselling for friends and family

How to come out of the closet without tripping over your laundry.

Resources for teenagers who are same-sex attracted.

NSW women partners of bisexual men provides counselling, support groups and information to women whose male partners are attracted to men. Some of the men are in a process of coming out as gay, others identify as bisexual, and other men see themselves as heterosexual or ‘straight’.