last updated 20th April 2018
Find Below the latest news items for the LGBTIQ community here in South Australia. Items can be found below start with the most recent.
IDAHOT and the Rainbow History Festival are coming soon!
posted 20th April
New pages have been created in the lead up to the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) and the Rainbow History Festival. Check the nav bar at the top of the screen to find more information about upcoming celebrations and events happening specifically around these dates!
Stepping Out is back in 2018!
posted 20th April
Stepping Out is a free 6-week workshop for same sex attracted men aged from 18 to 30, providing a safe space for participants to discuss issues relating to sexuality and sexual health. The workshop will be based at 57 Hyde Street, occur after hours on a working day.
Workshops run once a week, for six weeks between 6.00pm – 9.00pm, (dates will be announced soon) and provide an opportunity to discuss a variety of topics in a safe environment, including;
If you or you know anyone in the community who may be interested in attending, please visit https://www.samesh.org.au/steppingout.html for details on how to register.
Take the Stage Talent Show
posted 6th April
Dust off your instrument, memorise your words, invite your friends and get prepared for this fantastic upcoming event!
In collaboration with City of Onkaparinga, Queer Youth Network are having a Queer Youth Talent Night with guest artist Roisin Maeve, Slam Poet; W.M.N. and an additional guest artists to be announced next week. There will also be great prizes and dinner provided. It is a night not to missed!
Any queer identified young people (15-25) are welcome to attend and perform any kind of act they wish. Attendees are also welcome to bring a friend or six. Register your act beforehand, or on the night.
For more information, please see their Facebook page here:
Re-Wired 2.0 is a fortnightly peer-led support group for people who want to control, reduce or stop their methamphetamine use. The group uses a SMART (Self-Management and Recovery Training) Recovery model for gay men, MSM and transmen who are looking for peer support relating to their methamphetamine use in a safe and non-judgemental space.
Meetings are held fortnightly on a Thursday at 57 Hyde Street from 6PM – 7:30PM, with free dinner provided. No personal details are required to be given, however appointments for 1-on-1 support can be arranged if requested.
For more information or to register your interest, visit the SAMESH
website at: https://www.samesh.org.au/rewired-2.html.