Healthy Communities will be holding the last of its Food For Thought Asian-style workshops this month, as the organisation’s government funding officially ends.

The workshop is a part of Project Asia program which focuses on gay and bisexual Asian men. It aims to provide HIV and STI awareness and education as well as coming out, relationships, sex and general well-being workshops.

“We know that many of the issues are different for Asian gay and bisexual men compared to Australian men,” said South East Queensland health promotion officer Ged Farmer.

“Issues around culture often mean that talking about sex can present barriers.”

Immigration support for Asian men and those in relationships is also offered through the program.

Food for Thought Asian-style is on August 15. RSVPs are essential.

INFO: www.qahc.org.au/foodforthought

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