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ABODE – Club | Lounge | Bar | Gallery | Space
ABODE – Club | Lounge | Bar | Gallery | Space caters to all levels and forms of alternative lifestyle and sub-culture. Among its events, the club plays host to The T-Bird Club. The T-Bird Club provides a safe and private environment for T Gyrls to network, socialise, be informed, be entertained and, most of all, enjoy the experience of being in their own Club | Lounge | Bar | Gallery | Space. Please see our website for T-Bird Club dates and the full range of our other activities.
http://www.BluAfterGlow.com
374 St Kilda Rd. (cnr Martin St), St Kilda VIC 3182
0412 510 424
Colonel
Bfriend
Bfriend
Uniting Communities’ Bfriend program provides peer support for people of all ages who are questioning their sexuality/gender identity and people who are newly identifying as same sex attracted/gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/intersex/queer through a volunteer based mentoring system.

The service offers peer support, facilitating groups with other newly identifying people, workshops, resources, and opportunities for social connection.

Eligibility: This service is available to everyone.

Cost: This service is free of charge.
10 Pitt St., Adelaide SA 5000
08 8202 5190
Matt Potter (Men’s Worker) and Riki Owens-Bennett (Women’s Worker)
ButchFemmeTrans Melbourne
ButchFemmeTrans Melbourne organises activities – mostly social events – that bring together, inform and excite people who have a connection to butch/femme/trans identities. Based in Melbourne, our events include dinners, a monthly evening drinks event, parties and more. For details of upcoming events, please contact us.
Genderqueer Australia
Genderqueer Australia
Genderqueer Australia is where you can find support if you identify as gender-questioning or genderqueer. You can also find support if you’re family or friend or a professional helping out.

You’re welcome to get involved or come along to any of our events regardless of your sexual identity, gender identity or role. We are accepting of all human identifying people!

Genderqueer Australia came out of the work of Melbourne Genderqueer, which was created in December 2010. After proving the model we were using worked, and trialling a number of projects, we felt it was time to take the organisation national.
http://genderqueer.org.au/
03 8640 9796