Support our work promoting the wellbeing of the LGBTIQ+ community and assisting other organisations to become more inclusive of LGBTIQ+ people.
National LGBTIQ+ specific telephone and webchat service providing peer-support, information and referral.
Helpful resources to support individuals, family members, friends, and the LGBTIQ+ community.
Living Proud has provided support to LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other sexuality, gender, and bodily diverse) people and communities in WA for over 40 years. We are the longest running organisation of our kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
We provide peer-support, information and resources.
🌈 FREE Training Opportunity for Supporting LGBTQIA+ Survivors of Conversion Practices 🌈
Are you passionate about supporting survivors of LGBTQIA+ conversion practices? We've got an incredible opportunity for you!
Proud and Connected Community Grants recipient, @Ending Conversion Practices WA, is thrilled to announce that Expressions of Interests are now open FREE specialised training program.
Who is it for?
• Counsellors, psychologists, and youth workers
• Individuals in peer support or community leadership roles
• Anyone committed to providing care and support to survivors
• Location: City West Lotteries House, West Perth
• Dates: Choose between Sunday 7 April or Monday 8 April, 9:30am – 4:00pm
• Catering is provided
Places are limited, and priority will be given to people who work (or will work) closely with survivors. But, if you’re interested, please submit an expression of interest! This might just be the right opportunity to build your knowledge and skills.
Click here and submit an expression of interest form by by Friday 23 February 2024:
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Tomorrow is National Condom Day! join our friends at WAAC for their Condom Packing Party tomorrow from 10am-12pm in Leederville. This is a free event. RSVP at the link below if you would like to join the party!
The theme of this year’s WA Sexual Health Week is Absolutely Everybody! and it aims to celebrate the right to sexual health for all people. WAAC are encouraging everyone to think creatively about how positive and respectful approaches to sexuality and relationships can be promoted while creating safe and inclusive spaces for everyone.
Check out WAAC'S website where they are challenging some common myths and misconceptions about sex.
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"The I in Us" is a new Radio Show on JOY94.9 about the intersex community, by the intersex community, for all of us.
Starting Wed 7 Feb 7-8pm for the next 22 weeks, Jason Turner (Little Jase) and Paul Byrne-Moroney
will bring intersex news, stories, uplifting (and challenging) lived experiences, wonderful music and great discussions about all things intersex.
Listeners can participate by texting or emailing us when we're on air - we'll share the details on air.
If you can't to tune into 94.9 (Melbourne) you can listen live at www.joy.org.au or on iHeart Radio.
The news is out, Living Proud is hiring! We are looking to hire two new managers to join are ever expanding team.
To apply simply click the links below to submit your application on Ethical Jobs.
If you have any additional questions about either position please email email@example.com with either "services manger " or "Training and consultancy manager" in the subject line.
As a community-based organisation Living Proud relies on its membership base! Our membership gives us our community mandate. It is also an important source of income for us.
Our services rely on volunteers. We are keen to hear from people up for the challenges and benefits that volunteering can bring.
We rely on the generosity of our supporters to make a difference. We work towards equal health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ people in WA. We do this in various ways: