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Sunday, July 17th, 2016

Subject:15 male Melbourne
Posted by:ethanallan007.
Time:12:04 pm.
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Kik : asherkattler102
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Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Posted by:oblivion174.
Time:5:23 pm.
Mood:lonely and depressed.
Hiya! I'm a shy 14yo looking for someone to talk to living in Sydney. I get really lonely sometimes, and this might be the way I can talk to someone.

Kik: oblivion0174

There was a typo. It's oblivion0174
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Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Posted by:oblivion174.
Time:2:33 pm.
Mood:lonely and depressed.
Hiya! I'm a shy 14yo looking for someone to talk to living in Sydney. I get really lonely sometimes, and this might be the way I can talk to someone.

Kik: oblivion174
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Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Subject:Finding bf around age of 13 to 16
Posted by:demolisher99.
Time:11:44 pm.
Hi I'm 16 this year, I'm in Adelaide, wishing to find a BF, get in a real relationship, won't exchange nudity pictures online, looking forward to meet if all good. Pls reply if ur cool. And want to advance.
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Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Subject:14 Male Sydney
Posted by:jakegunner.
Time:7:49 pm.
hey :)

im jake, and im 14 from sydney, nsw.
i am secretly gay, and want to find a cool guy in sydney who is my age (14-16), and possibly meet up too one day? hahah please kik me xx im looking for a really chill guy to become close with :)

kik: jake_gunner
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Monday, July 21st, 2014

Subject:looking for friends
Posted by:sambi19.
Time:3:16 pm.
hi new to this website
and the gay community and am looking to chat with mates
and maybe find love

my kik is samgxxx

add me we can chat :D

im fun easy going and nerdy xP
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Monday, April 16th, 2012

Subject:Gasp
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:8:31 am.
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Monday, June 20th, 2011

Subject:MELBOURNE: ZBGC workshop July 3rd 2011 x-posted
Posted by:imyerjoeyramone.
Time:5:40 pm.
Hi folks,

Just spreading the word...

................................................................................

Negotiating sex & relationships with sex and gender diverse people

Are you interested in the issues around negotiating sex and
relationships with partners & lovers and sex & gender diverse people?

Zoe Belle Gender Centre is running this workshop specifically for
people of all genders and sexual identities interested in these
topics. And you don’t specifically have to be in a relationship to
attend. With psychologist Vikki Sinnott facilitating this safe and supportive
space, you’ll be able to raise any issues around sex and relationships
with sex and gender diverse people.

Whatever your personal, sexual or gender identity, you are welcome to
attend this workshop.

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Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Subject:Human Rights Council Passes First-Ever Resolution on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:10:31 am.

From the Sri Lanka Guardian:

(June 17, Geneva, Sri Lanka Guardian ) In a ground breaking achievement for upholding the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the United Nations Human Rights Council has passed a resolution on human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity (L9/rev1).
The resolution, presented by South Africa along with Brasil and 39 additional co-sponsors from all regions of the world, was passed by a vote of 23 in favour, 19 against, and 3 abstentions. A list of how States voted is attached. In its presentation to Council, South Africa recalled the UDHR noting that “everyone is entitled to all rights and freedoms without distinction of any kind” and Brasil called on the Council to “open the long closed doors of dialogue”.
Today’s resolution is the first UN resolution ever to bring specific focus to human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity, and follows a joint statement on these issues delivered at the March session of the council. It affirms the universality of human rights, and notes concern about acts of violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. This commitment of the Human Rights Council sends an important signal of support to human rights defenders working on these issues, and recognizes the legitimacy of their work. (more details on page)
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Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Subject:when she lowers her eyes......
Posted by:tipsykitten.
Time:3:48 pm.
When she lowers her eyes she seems to hold all the beauty in the world between her eyelids; when she raises them I see only myself in her gaze. Kate Lesbian Dating blog
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Sunday, May 1st, 2011

Subject:Tomorrow
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:10:25 pm.
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Subject:Descriptive Terminology Survey
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:9:49 pm.
This is a survey of the trans community's "reactions to the use of descriptive terminology in the professional
literature of gender identity issues".See https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8RGBH25 for details

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Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Subject:Melbourne: Still Fierce! x-posted
Posted by:imyerjoeyramone.
Time:2:16 pm.
Hi folks,

Just spreading the word re the newly formed Still Fierce Melbourne crew.

Cheers,

Ash

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This is an introductory letter from Still Fierce! Melbourne, a newly formed collective of intersex, sex and/or gender diverse people and our allies and supporters. We are writing to you to say hi, and to let you know what projects and events we are working on and to invite you to participate in our collective or in our events, or both, or to voice our interest in networking with your organization!



Still Fierce Melbourne was formed a month or so ago, inspired by the work of Still Fierce Sydney, a similar collective. While we haven't fully established our manifesto we have established that we are an open collective, and that we are interested in working on political lobbing for ISGD rights at a national level, in creating stronger social and political networks for ISGD people and in doing consciousness raising work in the community about ISGD people and our experiences and issues. We have yet to establish the details of our relationship to Still fierce! Sydney, right now all that is in concrete is that we are using the same name and are supporting their list of demands for the rally in Canberra.

What is ISGD?

If you haven’t heard this acronym before, don’t worry, neither had most of us up to a year ago. It stands for Intersex, Sex and/or Gender Diverse. We decided as a group to use this new term instead
of transgender, transsexual, intersex, cross dressers etc etc because we are interested in moving away from the border wars that we have seen happen between different sex/gender diverse identity groups in the past, and to overcome the generational differences in what language people use
to describe themselves, and basically just to encompass all sex and gender diverse people when we are lobbying for rights, when we are talking about discrimination and when we are talking about our peers.

Here is a brief rundown of what we are working on right now:

The first major project we are working on is getting a 45 seater bus to take to a rally for ISGD rights in Canberra on the 11th of May. The tickets are on a sliding scale basis (starting from $20 to as much as each individual can afford). The bus will be leaving approximately around 1 am
on Friday morning and departing that evening after the rally and driving through the night to arrive back in Melbourne late that night. We will make the bus times public as soon as we know!

To confirm a seat on the bus or find out more information about the rally please email: stillfiercemelbourne@gmail.com

We have been meeting fortnightly but have yet to find a regular venue, so if you are interested in coming to our meetings (all welcome!) Email us at still-fierce-melbourne@googlegroups.com and we'll met you know the details!

We are very excited about networking with other trans/ ISGD groups in Melbourne and Victoria and learning more about what other groups are doing and exploring the possibilities of how we can work together!

We look forward to meeting you soon,

Much love,

Still Fierce Melbourne

To find out what’s going on and to stay in touch about events join the Facebook group:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_195648087132139

Or to get involved in some of the behind the scenes stuff join the Still Fierce! Melbourne Google group:

http://groups.google.com/group/still-fierce-melbourne?hl=en

Details about the national Intersex, Sex and/or Gender Diverse Rally:

This is a video about the rally in Canberra on May 4th 2011:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BitN38AuKMc

The rally is supported by Still Fierce Sydney, Still Fierce Melbourne, and Sex And Gender Education Australia, Australian Health and Education Centre, Australian Federal Greens Party, Australian Socialists Alliance, Femme Guild Sydney, Scarlet Alliance, Equal Love Canberra, Young Lawyers Human Rights Committee (NSW), CRAVE Metropolitan Community Church (Sydney), Community Action Against Homophobia (CAAH), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) Student Union Queer Department [RUSU Queer Department], The University of Melbourne Student Union Queer Department [UMSU Queer],
WA Gender Project, The Seahorse Society of NSW, University of Sydney Queer Students, National Union of Students [NUS]

Still Fierce and Allied Organizations are calling on the federal and state Governments to implement the recommendations of the 2009 Australian Human Rights Commission’s Sex Files Report, review inequalities in the law for ISGD people and to outlaw unethical medical practices forced on intersex
Children. We invite other groups to join us in rallying for the rights of ISGD groups of people and we are open to suggestions for further addition to our demands.

We are calling for equal rights for ISGD People; our Memorandum of Demands
follows:

1/ Implementation of the AHRC Sex Files (2009) recommendations

2/ Legal protection against enforced medical treatment of ISGD children

3/ Federal antidiscrimination laws protecting all ISGD people

4/ Full Medicare funding for medical and psychological procedures needed by any ISGD people

5/ Full Marriage rights for ISGD People.

6/ Enshrinement of the right to establish ones’ own sex and/or gender identity in federal law.

For more info on the Sex Files Report:

http://www.hreoc.gov.au/genderdiversity/sex_files2009.html

<3 Stay Fierce! <3

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Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Subject:free lesbian dating
Posted by:lonelydrone.
Time:2:21 pm.

The girls put a sexy spin on Christmas celebrations

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Monday, November 29th, 2010

Subject:Archives uploaded for 2010
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:11:44 pm.
You'll find this year's contributions starting at http://tdor_archive.comicdish.com/index.php?pageID=129
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Friday, November 5th, 2010

Subject:The TDOR Webcomics Project CALL OUT
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:1:04 pm.
Mood: satisfied.

The annual Transgender Day of Remembrance is fast approaching on November the 20th.

Are you an artist and want to contribute to this year's event? You can by participating in this year's Web Comic Project.

Participating contributors draw and publish a relevant webcomic or image for the day on the web. The project is the collection of webcomics, blogs and sites at the time all with the unified theme of getting the message out there. You don't have to be transgendered yourself to make a contribution, you just have be able to draw, and care about the issues of the day. Your contribution can be stored at the Project Archives. For this years theme and details on how to contribute, see this page.

Come on people, time to educate people in the way we know we can!

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Subject:TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE day appropriated by Marriage Equality Rallies
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:12:37 pm.
Mood: angry.
Yet another reason I am annoyed with how the Marriage Equality campaign is mismanaged (I was upset that it was presented solely as a Same-Sex issue at the last rally I went to). Both Melbourne, Wollongong, and Brisbane organisers of the next rallies are holding them on the 20TH NOVEMBER - which is also the annual date of the TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE!!

To me it says (whether intended or not) several messages:

  • Organisers of such events either are too ignorant, or or don't give a fuck about trans events and issues;
  • There is an erroneous assumption on the part of some folk, that trans issues can be submerged in the greater cause against generalised discrimination against GLBTI types (one version I heard was "once we win equality you won't have to worry about gender any more"); and
  • The Day of Remembrance event is not publicised enough.

Pissed off over this! To me it just feels like being told "forget about your dead - this is more important!"

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Friday, September 17th, 2010

Subject:The Transgender Day of Remembrance Webcomics Project Archive
Posted by:laura_seabrook.
Time:12:13 pm.
Mood: satisfied.
The previous person running this event and archive has retired, and I've taken this on. I've finished formatting and coding this site.

All the existing contributions have been added, and I have written a number of information pages explaining what it's all about and how to contribute. Are you an artist and want to contribute to this year's event (on and around 20th November)?

For this years theme, see this page.

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Monday, August 16th, 2010

Subject:Absolut Opposes "Labeling" Of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Minorities With Their Vodka No
Posted by:tipsykitten.
Time:4:25 pm.
Absolut Vodka is introducing limited edition naked bottles that do not feature the Absolut label or logo to mark the launch of its latest campaign In An ABSOLUT World There Are No Labels, an initiative which challenges prejudice against LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) minorities.

Absolut wants to challenge labels and prejudice to make the world more diverse, vibrant and respectful. You will only find a discreet and easily removed sticker with the campaign manifesto on the bottle. This will encourage you to discard your labels and look beyond the obvious...


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Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Subject:Bi Men Network warmly welcomes all bi & gay OZ Men! Join us free!
Posted by:bi_men_network.
Time:11:00 am.
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