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    Counselling is provided for all over the age of 16, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, lifestyle choice, cultural background, religious belief or economic circumstances.

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    AIDS Action Council offers a range of free peer based workshops for members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and sex and gender diverse communities.

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    The AIDS Action Council was founded on the hard work and dedication of volunteers. The role of volunteers as an integral part of combating HIV continues today.

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What is Sex Positivity?


The foundation of sex positivity is simply the idea that all healthy and explicitly consensual sex is a positive element in life.


Sex positivity means maintaining a healthy attitude towards sex and valuing it, given your individual needs. Sex positivity also embraces the idea of being sexually educated and staying safe. Individuals who are sex positive actively decide how and what they want from their sex lives, rather than let others dictate it.

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30 Ways to World AIDS Day

30 ways to world aids day

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year. It raises awareness across the world and in the community about HIV and AIDS. It is a day for the community to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died of AIDS related conditions or other conditions associated with HIV.

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LGBTIQ Community Consortium Report

The Canberra LGBTIQ Community Consortium (the Consortium) is pleased to present you with a report of the findings from a series of complex consultations undertaken by the Consortium over the last few months.

The Consortium is a partnership of four agencies brought together by the common goal of ensuring health, wellbeing, access, social inclusion and equity for Canberra’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) communities.

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World AIDS Day Community Picnic 2017

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Study sheds new light on ageing with HIV

ageing with HIV

Community care teams in Australia will play an important part for ageing PLHIV diagnosed pre-1996.

Specialist community care teams will continue to play an important role for people living with HIV, particularly with clients who are ageing and were diagnosed before new treatments were introduced in 1996, new research shows.

Researchers found many people with HIV have experienced, and continue to experience, stigma and discrimination when seeking services to support them at home.

RDNS’ (Royal District Nursing Service) Melbourne-based HIV team, which supports 220 clients with an average age of 55, has published the findings in the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.

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