LBTIQ Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex or Q?

Support

Evolve
Supporting young women 16-26 who identify as same sex attracted or transgendered, or who might be wondering about their sexuality
Counselling, Grrrl's lounge - once a month meet, Illumin8 - 8 week course
The Second Story Youth Health Service (Central)
57 Hyde Street Adelaide, Phone: 8232 0233

Bfriend [http://www.ucwesleyadelaide.org.au/bfriend/]
Provides support to men and women who are newly identifying as being same sex attracted or people who are questioning their gender identity
Uniting Care Wesley Adelaide, 10 Pitt Street Adelaide SA 5000
Fanny on (08) 8202 5805, Paul on (08) 8202 5192 or Karen on (08) 8202 5894.
Our email address is: ua.gro.edialedayelsewcu|dneirfb#ua.gro.edialedayelsewcu|dneirfb

Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service of SA Inc. Phone: 8362 3223

Health

Booklets on lesbian and bisexual women's wellbeing
Lesbian Zest: Tips on how to thrive and flourish
[http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1728]

Thriving as a Bisexual or Queer Woman
[http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1726]

Lesbian and Bisexual Health
The Australian Lesbian Medical Association
[http://www.almas.net.au/]

General Information

Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria
[http://www.glhv.org.au/]

Social Groups in Adelaide, South Australia

Lofty (for lesbian women over 40)
Discusses lesbian issues from a feminist perspective
Meets 3rd Saturday of the month 2-4pm
at Women's Studies Resource Centre
Contact: 08 8271 3436

Golden Club (for lesbian women over 30)
hosts social events: pizza nights, dances, quiz nights etc
PO Box 69 Seacliff Park SA 5049
Contact Jennifer 8377 0346
email: ua.moc.oohay|9891bulcnedlog#ua.moc.oohay|9891bulcnedlog

Lemons on the Loose
Northern Community Health Centre
Room 2, 50 Peachey Road Elizabeth (enter from Hambridge Road)
Meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month 7-9pm.
Children's area on site.
email: moc.liamtoh|esoolehtnosnomel#moc.liamtoh|esoolehtnosnomel
Phone: 0410 925 537

Tea out North (Run by Lemons on the Loose)
Rylar's Cafe 41 b Adelaide Road Gawler
2nd Friday of the month at 7pm

Out for tea (Run by Bfriend)
First Friday night of every month
at Caos Cafe in Hindley Street at 7pm - just turn up.

Adelaide Gay and Lesbian Qwire
Tuesday nights at Goodwood
Contact: Catriona 0410 664 072 or Dawn 0402 720 641
email:
website:

Activities

FEAST - Gay and Lesbian celebration every year in November

Girlfeast Dance Party
[http://www.temptressproductions.com/index.htm]

Publications

BLAZE (SA)
[http://blaze.e-p.net.au/]

Cherrie
[http://www.cherrie.com.au/]

Lesbians on the Loose (NSW)
[http://www.lotl.com/]

Radio

The Aqueerium
Radio Adelaide 228 North Tce, Adelaide SA 5000
[http://radio.adelaide.edu.au/]

Projects

(IDAHO) International Day Against Homophobia
This is Oz - online photo gallery
[http://www.thisisoz.com.au/]

WSRC Resources:

The WSRC has a large collection (>800 items) of lesbian non-fiction and fiction books, videos and DVDs.

WSRC Resources Include:

Non-fiction:
DVDs: 'The celluloid closet'
Videos: Out of the past: the struggle for gay and lesbian rights in America
Books:
BECK, Evelyn Torton Nice jewish girls: a lesbian anthology NY: Crossing Press, c1982
BECKER, Carol S., Unbroken ties: lesbian ex-loversBoston: Alyson Publications, 1988
Chiarolli 'When our children come out'
Sutton 'Love Matters: a book of lesbian romance and relationships'

Fiction/Literature:
DVDs: Better than chocolate, the L word,
Videos: Bar girls, But I'm a cheerleader, Desert hearts, Kissing Jessica Stein
Books: Holoch and Nestle 'The vintage book of international lesbian fiction'
Elder 'Early embraces : True life stories of women describing their first lesbian experience'
Reynolds 'The penguin book of lesbian short stories'
Tulchinsky 'Hot and bothered : short stories on lesbian desire'
Bechdel, Alison 'More dykes to watch out for'
Comic strips available to view [http://dykestowatchoutfor.com/]
Donoghue, 'What Sappho would have said: Four centuries of love poems between women'
Wolfe, 'Bitter Thorns' (a re-telling of beauty and the beast)
Luke, Stephanie ' Harm: A memoir of dark, glorious days' (Adelaide based writer)
Kimpton, 'Tansie' (devastating psychological thriller)
Bannon, Ann 'Beebo Brinker' (classic lesbian story written in the 1950s, 60s)

Other Resource Centres:

Darling House Community Library
[http://www.acsa.org.au/library.html]

"the library is particularly useful for people living with HIV/AIDS, their partners, friends and families, it also contains material relevant to gay men, lesbians, bisexual men and women, transgender people, intravenous drug users and sex workers."

Location: Darling House 64 Fullarton Road Norwood SA 5067
Phone:(08) 8334 1606
Open: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm.

All our resources are donations - do you have any you can give?
We always in need of donations of feminist resources: books, DVDs, videos, posters

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