Author Archives: Rebecca

Rainbow eQuality Guide

It’s finally here!  I’ve worked with the Department of Health and Human Services over the last 2.5 years to get this document written, and published in it’s current form (HERE). This document is for health practitioners in all areas to … Continue reading

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Bisexual Adults Face Heightened Risk for Health Issues Including Cancer, STDs and Depression: HRC Joins Call to Close Knowledge and Care Gap

Fear of biphobia in healthcare settings often leads to delay in seeking crucial care WASHINGTON – A research brief published today by the the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender … Continue reading

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Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2015

So the 23rd of September is Celebrate Bisexuality Day.  Our regular discussion group is on the 22nd of September this year, so we’re going to have a CELEBRATE BISEXUALITY DAY EVE dinner (like Christmas Eve, but full of more bisexuals) … Continue reading

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Announcement regarding the Victorian Government’s LGBTI Taskforce

The Bi-Alliance was disappointed today to discover that only two known representatives of Victoria’s Bisexual Community are included in the State Government’s LGBTI Taskforce (http://www.premier.vic.gov.au/trans-advocate-brenda-appleton-to-head-lgbti-taskforce). President Rebecca Dominguez has been selected for the Health and Human Services Working Group and … Continue reading

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REMINDER: PRIDE THIS SUNDAY

Pride March is on Sunday 1 February 2015 We have The American Bisexuality Institute’s mid-sized bi-flag (it’s still pretty big) for us to march with this year.  We need lots of people to come along and help us carry the … Continue reading

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Events in January and February 2014

*EDIT* Someone has emailed the committee, but didn’t provide an email address asking if they are able to attend the picnic.  The picnic is open to everyone who is bi friendly and poly friendly.  If you’re in Melbourne and want … Continue reading

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GLBTI community consultations – Bisexual health & wellbeing

For February 2014, our regular Melbourne discussion group has been moved to another venue (Feb 2014 only) to incorporate the GLBTI community consultations – Bisexual health & wellbeing, organised by the Department of Health. The Victorian Department of Health is … Continue reading

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Bi-Alliance at Pride March 2014 (Melbourne)

Next weekend (2 February) is the Midsumma Pride March, and Bi-Alliance Victoria will be marching proudly with everyone else. The Bi-Alliance is marching at position 134 down the end of the March. The American Bisexuality Institute has kindly sent over … Continue reading

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Discussion Group change of venue – September 2011

Hi everyone, Our regular venue for our discussion group has cancelled our booking, and so this month our discussion group will be held at the Great Norther Hotel, 644 Rathdowne Street, Carlton, in their private dining room. The room is … Continue reading

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Bi-Alliance comments on research study

The Bi-Alliance Victoria (BAV) was very happy to be invited to comment on the UNHCR’s discussion paper on “The Protection of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trangender and Intersex Asylum-Seekers and Refugees“.  The Centre for Refugee Research at UNSW sought comment from … Continue reading

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