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“The Talk” is a one day workshop addressing sexuality, gender and health. The workshop is designed for people working in the voluntary, youth and community sector who deal with sexual health issues, or who have a general interest in the area. This workshop will address current information on sexual health HIV, STIs and healthy relationships. The workshop will be held on Tuesday 12th February between 8.30am to 3.00pm at Ghanda Hall, Nan Tien Temple 180 Berkeley Road, Berkeley. A vegetarian buffet lunch will be provided. For registrations click here.
Do you live in Wagga and feel like you’re the only Zebra that’s white with black stripes? Rainbow Zebras might be the kind of herd where you don’t need to pretend to be accepted. Everyone is welcome to become a Rainbow Zebra. This group’s aim is to be an inclusive place for all and a support and educational facility for LGBTIQ orientated peoples. Most importantly, the aim is to have fun, and enjoy life. Contact Rainbow Zebras at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are in the Albury area Hume Phoenix are hosting a Rainbow Family Day. This event will be held on Sunday 10th February at 10.30am at Oddies Creek Park, Adventure Playspace Albury.
Everyone is welcome to attend this event, All the family, including the furry four legged ones. No booking are necessary.
Recently there has been some media coverage surrounding the availability Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). If you think you have been exposed to HIV, regardless of the circumstances, then PEP is something that can prevent you becoming infected. PEP is a course of anti-HIV medications taken over a four week period. For PEP to work it needs to be started as soon as possible after exposure – and definitely within 72 hours. PEP can be easily accessed through the accident and emergency department of your local hospital or at your local sexual health clinic. There is a 24 hour, 1800 information line also available. This line provides comprehensive information about PEP including where to access PEP regardless of where you are. The number is 1800 737 669.