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No call to go unanswered
No call to any of Australia’s five volunteer-based LGBTI telephone counselling services should go unanswered for the next two years from July. The federal government has poured just under $3.5 million into a new national “landmark” project...
- Posted 30 days ago
Queer youth group gets funding boost
Queer youth counselling service Twenty10 will take a larger role in helping homeless young LGBTI people after receiving a boost in funding from the federal government. Federal Member for Sydney Tanya Plibersek announced the government would invest...
- Posted 97 days ago
Greeks bearing gifts
Greek gay men’s society Club Adonis donated $1000 raised by its members to queer youth counselling service Twenty10 at Fair Day on Sunday. Club Adonis committee member Paul Peroy said the society was “really passionate about the...
- Posted 98 days ago
What happened to proud Parramatta?
with LAINIE ARNOLD NSW GLRL I am sure everyone’s Facebook feed has been flooded this week with calls to outrage about the request by Parramatta City Council for Twenty10 to remove its banner from the Rediscover the...
- Posted 119 days ago
Mayor apologises for banner controversy
Lord Mayor of Parramatta John Chedid has formally apologised to queer youth counselling service Twenty10 for the ‘Rediscover the River’ incident on Saturday. The lord mayor’s office assured Twenty10 in a letter that the views expressed at...
- Posted 120 days ago
Gay-friendly banners “offensive,” council claims
Queer youth counselling service Twenty10 was forced to abandon its stall at a community festival after being accused of giving offence by the Lord Mayor’s office. On Thursday last week, Twenty10 left the Rediscover the River festival...
- Posted 122 days ago
Youth counselling service keeps funding
The NSW government has dropped plans to strip $80,000 in funding for a leading queer counselling service. In August the Star Observer reported that the Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service (GLCS), run by LGBTI youth support group...
- Posted 163 days ago
Thirty years young
Twenty10 turns 30 this year and will be holding their 30th birthday event at Petersham Town Hall this Saturday, October 20. The organisation works with and supports young people, communities and families of diverse genders, sexes and...
- Posted 216 days ago
Don’t say gay
South Australian high school students have pledged to eradicate the term “that’s so gay” from their schools as part of an anti-homophobia drive. Students at Wirreanda High School and Unley High School in Adelaide used Wear It...
- Posted 251 days ago
New tool for families dealing with coming out
LGBTI community group Twenty10 is seeking support for a new project to create an online resource to support families when someone comes out. The idea is to create the Twenty10 Families Project; an online environment where families...
- Posted 259 days ago