Well, Well, Well https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell Join Michael, Cal, Rachel and Jacinta on Well, Well, Well each week to get all the latest on mental health, HIV & sexual health, and the overall health and wellbeing of our LGBTI communities on JOY 94.9 and on podcast. A service for our LGBTIQA+ community proudly supported by JOY and Thorne Harbour Health. Fri, 01 Oct 2021 03:59:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities clean episodic JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities ppc@joy.org.au ppc@joy.org.au (JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities) JOY Melbourne Inc. Health and HIV information Well, Well, Well http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/wp-content/uploads/sites/69/2021/08/WellWellWell-Logos-2021.png https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell Melbourne, Australia Melbourne, Australia Weekly Donate to JOY Donate to JOY Safe Always https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/10/safe-always/ Fri, 01 Oct 2021 03:59:07 +0000 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3299 This week Rachel and Jacinta find out about the Safe Always campaign by Rainbow Health Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health. Jackson Fairchild, Head of Policy and Programs at Rainbow Health Victoria, joins us to talk about the campaign and the LGBTIQ+ family violence primary prevention project. Later, Carolyn Gillespie, Director of Services at Thorne Harbour Health, discusses services available for LGBTIQ+ victim-survivors and perpetrators of family violence. Family violence is a serious issue and can happen to anyone. No one deserves violence. Ever. Information about the Safe Always campaign is at safealways.org.  If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, you can get in touch with: Rainbow Door: call 1800 729 367, text 0480 017 246, email support@rainbowdoor.org.au 1800 Respect: call 1800 737 732 https://www.1800respect.org.au/  Thorne Harbour Health: call (03) 9865 6700 https://thorneharbour.org/  You can find information about the following at: Pride In Prevention Guide at Rainbow Health Victoria’s website https://www.rainbowhealthvic.org.au/ The Say It Out Loud website https://sayitoutloud.org.au/ ReVisioning behaviour change program on the Thorne Harbour Health website   This week Rachel and Jacinta find out about the Safe Always campaign by Rainbow Health Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health. Jackson Fairchild, Head of Policy and Programs at Rainbow Health Victoria, joins us to talk about the campaign and the LGBTIQ+ family violence primary prevention project.

Later, Carolyn Gillespie, Director of Services at Thorne Harbour Health, discusses services available for LGBTIQ+ victim-survivors and perpetrators of family violence.

Family violence is a serious issue and can happen to anyone. No one deserves violence. Ever. Information about the Safe Always campaign is at safealways.org

If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, you can get in touch with:

Rainbow Door: call 1800 729 367, text 0480 017 246, email support@rainbowdoor.org.au

1800 Respect: call 1800 737 732 https://www.1800respect.org.au/ 

Thorne Harbour Health: call (03) 9865 6700 https://thorneharbour.org/ 

You can find information about the following at:

Pride In Prevention Guide at Rainbow Health Victoria’s website https://www.rainbowhealthvic.org.au/

The Say It Out Loud website https://sayitoutloud.org.au/

ReVisioning behaviour change program on the Thorne Harbour Health website

 

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This week Rachel and Jacinta find out about the Safe Always campaign by Rainbow Health Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health. Jackson Fairchild, Head of Policy and Programs at Rainbow Health Victoria, joins us to talk about the campaign and the LGBTIQ+ fa...
Later, Carolyn Gillespie, Director of Services at Thorne Harbour Health, discusses services available for LGBTIQ+ victim-survivors and perpetrators of family violence.

Family violence is a serious issue and can happen to anyone. No one deserves violence. Ever. Information about the Safe Always campaign is at safealways.org

If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, you can get in touch with:

Rainbow Door: call 1800 729 367, text 0480 017 246, email support@rainbowdoor.org.au

1800 Respect: call 1800 737 732 https://www.1800respect.org.au/ 

Thorne Harbour Health: call (03) 9865 6700 https://thorneharbour.org/ 

You can find information about the following at:

Pride In Prevention Guide at Rainbow Health Victoria’s website https://www.rainbowhealthvic.org.au/

The Say It Out Loud website https://sayitoutloud.org.au/

ReVisioning behaviour change program on the Thorne Harbour Health website

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The Future of HIV – Part Two https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/09/the-future-of-hiv-part-two/ Thu, 16 Sep 2021 12:01:37 +0000 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3288 Michael is looking back at an earlier conversation on the future of HIV care with some HIV clinical and community leaders. In early April this year, Michael and Tex caught up with Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at Alfred Health, to talk about Alfred Health's survey to help people living with HIV untangle what their future health care needs might be - and this week we have the results and feedback from the survey to reflect on with Jenny. Later, Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria sheds light on how the results of the survey might shape PLHIV communities' care, and what services might support their health later in life. PLHIV can complete the survey until 31 April when it closes via Alfred Health's website To connect with the coffee table chats contact Living Positive Victoria  We caught up with Jenny and Richard earlier in the year as the survey was unfolding... You can find Part One of that conversation here: https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/the-future-of-hiv-care/ Michael is looking back at an earlier conversation on the future of HIV care with some HIV clinical and community leaders. In early April this year, Michael and Tex caught up with Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at Alfred Health, to talk about Alfred Health’s survey to help people living with HIV untangle what their future health care needs might be – and this week we have the results and feedback from the survey to reflect on with Jenny.

Later, Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria sheds light on how the results of the survey might shape PLHIV communities’ care, and what services might support their health later in life.

PLHIV can complete the survey until 31 April when it closes via Alfred Health’s website

To connect with the coffee table chats contact Living Positive Victoria 

We caught up with Jenny and Richard earlier in the year as the survey was unfolding… You can find Part One of that conversation here:

https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/the-future-of-hiv-care/

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Michael is looking back at an earlier conversation on the future of HIV care with some HIV clinical and community leaders. In early April this year, Michael and Tex caught up with Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at Alfred Health,
Later, Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria sheds light on how the results of the survey might shape PLHIV communities' care, and what services might support their health later in life.

PLHIV can complete the survey until 31 April when it closes via Alfred Health's website

To connect with the coffee table chats contact Living Positive Victoria 

We caught up with Jenny and Richard earlier in the year as the survey was unfolding... You can find Part One of that conversation here:

https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/the-future-of-hiv-care/]]>
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eSafety for LGBTIQ Communities https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/09/esafety-for-lgbtiq-communities/ Thu, 09 Sep 2021 12:00:59 +0000 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3291 This week Cal Hawk is chatting about navigating online spaces with Australia's eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant. Julie discusses leading the way in responding hate and abuse online as well as how their working with LGBTIQ communities to co-design resources to educate and support victims. For more info, head to the eSafety website: eSafety.gov.au This week Cal Hawk is chatting about navigating online spaces with Australia’s eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant. Julie discusses leading the way in responding hate and abuse online as well as how their working with LGBTIQ communities to co-design resources to educate and support victims.

For more info, head to the eSafety website: eSafety.gov.au

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This week Cal Hawk is chatting about navigating online spaces with Australia's eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant. Julie discusses leading the way in responding hate and abuse online as well as how their working with LGBTIQ communities to co-design...
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Religious Discrimination Bill https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/08/religious-discrimination-bill/ Thu, 19 Aug 2021 10:01:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3280 Rachel and Jacinta discuss the Religious Discrimination Bill with wonderful and insightful guests. First up, Steph Lentz who was fired from Covenant Christian School after coming out as lesbian. Later, we are joined by Equality Australia Director Ghassan Kassisieh to dissect the Religious Discrimination Bill Steph Lentz in the Star Observer: https://www.starobserver.com.au/news/sydney-christian-school-fires-out-lesbian-teacher-steph-lentz/205054 Equality Australia: https://equalityaustralia.org.au  Catch the Well Well Well team each and every week via podcast at joy.org.au/wellwellwell or via your favourite podcast platform   Rachel and Jacinta discuss the Religious Discrimination Bill with wonderful and insightful guests. First up, Steph Lentz who was fired from Covenant Christian School after coming out as lesbian. Later, we are joined by Equality Australia Director Ghassan Kassisieh to dissect the Religious Discrimination Bill

Steph Lentz in the Star Observer: https://www.starobserver.com.au/news/sydney-christian-school-fires-out-lesbian-teacher-steph-lentz/205054

Equality Australia: https://equalityaustralia.org.au 

Catch the Well Well Well team each and every week via podcast at joy.org.au/wellwellwell or via your favourite podcast platform

 

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Rachel and Jacinta discuss the Religious Discrimination Bill with wonderful and insightful guests. First up, Steph Lentz who was fired from Covenant Christian School after coming out as lesbian. Later, we are joined by Equality Australia Director Ghass...
Steph Lentz in the Star Observer: https://www.starobserver.com.au/news/sydney-christian-school-fires-out-lesbian-teacher-steph-lentz/205054

Equality Australia: https://equalityaustralia.org.au 

Catch the Well Well Well team each and every week via podcast at joy.org.au/wellwellwell or via your favourite podcast platform

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Gay Community Periodic Survey and Farewell to Tex https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/08/gay-community-periodic-survey-and-farewell-to-tex/ Thu, 12 Aug 2021 12:01:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3267 We look back on the Gay Community Periodic Survey as we farewell Tex McKenzie from the Health Promotion Program, on this, his last show with Well Well Well! Michael and Tex sit down to chat with Professor Martin Holt of the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW. Tex has worked alongside Martin to deliver the annual Gay Community Periodic Survey for many years, and we use Tex's last show as co-host on Well Well Well to look at the most recent iteration, and how COVID made us rethink how we understand our community's sexual health and habits. Tex has been an integral part of the Well Well Well team for many years, and on behalf of the entire Thorne Harbour Health team, we wish him all the best for his future endeavors. Who knows, we may be able to convince him to return to the program as a guest in the future.   This week we talked about The Gay Community Periodic Survey - https://www.gcpsonline.net PrEP - https://what-works.org/prep/ We look back on the Gay Community Periodic Survey as we farewell Tex McKenzie from the Health Promotion Program, on this, his last show with Well Well Well!

Michael and Tex sit down to chat with Professor Martin Holt of the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW. Tex has worked alongside Martin to deliver the annual Gay Community Periodic Survey for many years, and we use Tex’s last show as co-host on Well Well Well to look at the most recent iteration, and how COVID made us rethink how we understand our community’s sexual health and habits.

Tex has been an integral part of the Well Well Well team for many years, and on behalf of the entire Thorne Harbour Health team, we wish him all the best for his future endeavors. Who knows, we may be able to convince him to return to the program as a guest in the future.

 

This week we talked about

The Gay Community Periodic Survey – https://www.gcpsonline.net

PrEP – https://what-works.org/prep/

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We look back on the Gay Community Periodic Survey as we farewell Tex McKenzie from the Health Promotion Program, on this, his last show with Well Well Well! - Michael and Tex sit down to chat with Professor Martin Holt of the Centre for Social Researc...
Michael and Tex sit down to chat with Professor Martin Holt of the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW. Tex has worked alongside Martin to deliver the annual Gay Community Periodic Survey for many years, and we use Tex's last show as co-host on Well Well Well to look at the most recent iteration, and how COVID made us rethink how we understand our community's sexual health and habits.

Tex has been an integral part of the Well Well Well team for many years, and on behalf of the entire Thorne Harbour Health team, we wish him all the best for his future endeavors. Who knows, we may be able to convince him to return to the program as a guest in the future.

 

This week we talked about

The Gay Community Periodic Survey - https://www.gcpsonline.net

PrEP - https://what-works.org/prep/]]>
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The Bent Spoon Season 2 and Farewell to Jessie https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/08/the-bent-spoon-season-2-and-farewell-to-jessie/ Thu, 05 Aug 2021 12:00:30 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3265 In this episode, we do a re-cap with some of the participants from Season 2 of the Bent Spoon - Cristian Cortes, Meredith Lee and of course the host of the show, Miss Katalyna. As this is the last show Jessie will ever be doing after hosting Well Well Well for nearly 8 + years, Miss Katalyna decides to turn the tables and ask some questions of her own before continuing on with the show! See below links for some of the projects mentioned in the podcast. The Bent Spoon An online cooking series where members of the Multicultural LGBTIQ Community share a traditional dish from their culture and tell their personal story to the rest of the world. Stay Homo An online mental health campaign developed by the community, for the community with links to several helpful resources and referrals to help us through these The Company of Men Exhibition - Instagram Page Art exhibition usually run during Midsumma, curated by Damien Hinds, that provided a platform for Queer Artists to display their artwork without fear of censorship - where they explored masculinity through the lens of a gay, bisexual or trans man. Staying Negative A platform where regular gay or bisexual guys, including trans guys share their personal story with the world, whether they are HIV negative or HIV positive. In this episode, we do a re-cap with some of the participants from Season 2 of the Bent Spoon – Cristian Cortes, Meredith Lee and of course the host of the show, Miss Katalyna. As this is the last show Jessie will ever be doing after hosting Well Well Well for nearly 8 + years, Miss Katalyna decides to turn the tables and ask some questions of her own before continuing on with the show!

See below links for some of the projects mentioned in the podcast.

The Bent Spoon
An online cooking series where members of the Multicultural LGBTIQ Community share a traditional dish from their culture and tell their personal story to the rest of the world.

Stay Homo
An online mental health campaign developed by the community, for the community with links to several helpful resources and referrals to help us through these

The Company of Men Exhibition – Instagram Page
Art exhibition usually run during Midsumma, curated by Damien Hinds, that provided a platform for Queer Artists to display their artwork without fear of censorship – where they explored masculinity through the lens of a gay, bisexual or trans man.

Staying Negative
A platform where regular gay or bisexual guys, including trans guys share their personal story with the world, whether they are HIV negative or HIV positive.

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In this episode, we do a re-cap with some of the participants from Season 2 of the Bent Spoon - Cristian Cortes, Meredith Lee and of course the host of the show, Miss Katalyna. As this is the last show Jessie will ever be doing after hosting Well Well ...
See below links for some of the projects mentioned in the podcast.

The Bent Spoon
An online cooking series where members of the Multicultural LGBTIQ Community share a traditional dish from their culture and tell their personal story to the rest of the world.

Stay Homo
An online mental health campaign developed by the community, for the community with links to several helpful resources and referrals to help us through these

The Company of Men Exhibition - Instagram Page
Art exhibition usually run during Midsumma, curated by Damien Hinds, that provided a platform for Queer Artists to display their artwork without fear of censorship - where they explored masculinity through the lens of a gay, bisexual or trans man.

Staying Negative
A platform where regular gay or bisexual guys, including trans guys share their personal story with the world, whether they are HIV negative or HIV positive.]]>
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The Olympics and LGBTIQ Communities https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/07/the-olympics-and-our-lgbtiq-communities/ Thu, 29 Jul 2021 12:01:08 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3257 All eyes are on Tokyo as they host the Olympics. With reports that this year's Olympic Games has more out LGBTIQ athletes competing than ever before, Cal Hawk talks to Pride Cup CEO James Lolicato about LGBTIQ representation at this year's Olympic Games and elite-level sport. Then, 2020 John Marriott LGBTIQ Sportsperson of the Year GLOBE Award winner and Queer Sporting Alliance Founder and President Stella Lesic joins the conversation to talk about QSA and LGBTIQ participation in sport. As Climbing makes its Olympic debut, Climbing QT's founding member Riley Edwards explains what we can expect to see at this year's games and how you can get involved if you're keen to have a go. All eyes are on Tokyo as they host the Olympics. With reports that this year’s Olympic Games has more out LGBTIQ athletes competing than ever before, Cal Hawk talks to Pride Cup CEO James Lolicato about LGBTIQ representation at this year’s Olympic Games and elite-level sport.

Then, 2020 John Marriott LGBTIQ Sportsperson of the Year GLOBE Award winner and Queer Sporting Alliance Founder and President Stella Lesic joins the conversation to talk about QSA and LGBTIQ participation in sport.

As Climbing makes its Olympic debut, Climbing QT‘s founding member Riley Edwards explains what we can expect to see at this year’s games and how you can get involved if you’re keen to have a go.

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All eyes are on Tokyo as they host the Olympics. With reports that this year's Olympic Games has more out LGBTIQ athletes competing than ever before, Cal Hawk talks to Pride Cup CEO James Lolicato about LGBTIQ representation at this year's Olympic Game... Pride Cup CEO James Lolicato about LGBTIQ representation at this year's Olympic Games and elite-level sport.

Then, 2020 John Marriott LGBTIQ Sportsperson of the Year GLOBE Award winner and Queer Sporting Alliance Founder and President Stella Lesic joins the conversation to talk about QSA and LGBTIQ participation in sport.

As Climbing makes its Olympic debut, Climbing QT's founding member Riley Edwards explains what we can expect to see at this year's games and how you can get involved if you're keen to have a go.]]>
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Mental Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/07/mental-health/ Thu, 22 Jul 2021 12:01:57 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3248 Mental health concerns impact LGBTIQA+ people more than the general population. Michael and Rachel chat with Venetia Brissenden, Manager of Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building at Thorne Harbour Health to unpack anxiety, depression, and how to recognise the signs of our mental wellbeing needing a bit of attention. Later we speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard to discuss the Mental Health Royal Commission findings, and how they support our community and its services. This podcast includes mention of suicide. Up for the conversation? Listen to the Let's Talk About Suicide JOYcast - joy.org.au/letstalk/  Useful Links Beyond Blue - beyondblue.org.au Lifeline - lifeline.org.au  Suicide Callback Service - suicidecallbackservice.org.au Thorne Harbour Health's counselling services - thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/mental-health/counselling/ Switchboard - switchboard.org.au Rainbow Door - rainbowdoor.org.au QLife - qlife.org.au   Mental health concerns impact LGBTIQA+ people more than the general population. Michael and Rachel chat with Venetia Brissenden, Manager of Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building at Thorne Harbour Health to unpack anxiety, depression, and how to recognise the signs of our mental wellbeing needing a bit of attention. Later we speak with Joe Ball, CEO of Switchboard to discuss the Mental Health Royal Commission findings, and how they support our community and its services.

This podcast includes mention of suicide.

Up for the conversation? Listen to the Let’s Talk About Suicide JOYcast – joy.org.au/letstalk/ 

Useful Links

Beyond Blue – beyondblue.org.au
Lifeline – lifeline.org.au 
Suicide Callback Service – suicidecallbackservice.org.au
Thorne Harbour Health’s counselling services – thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/mental-health/counselling/
Switchboard – switchboard.org.au
Rainbow Door – rainbowdoor.org.au
QLife – qlife.org.au

 

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Mental health concerns impact LGBTIQA+ people more than the general population. Michael and Rachel chat with Venetia Brissenden, Manager of Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building at Thorne Harbour Health to unpack anxiety, depression,
This podcast includes mention of suicide.

Up for the conversation? Listen to the Let's Talk About Suicide JOYcast - joy.org.au/letstalk/ 

Useful Links

Beyond Blue - beyondblue.org.au
Lifeline - lifeline.org.au 
Suicide Callback Service - suicidecallbackservice.org.au
Thorne Harbour Health's counselling services - thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/mental-health/counselling/
Switchboard - switchboard.org.au
Rainbow Door - rainbowdoor.org.au
QLife - qlife.org.au

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International Non-Binary People’s Day and Pride Centre https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/07/international-non-binary-peoples-day-and_pride-centre/ Thu, 15 Jul 2021 05:33:35 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3239 Join Tex and Jessie as they pay tribute to International Non-Binary People's Day and Pride Centre with special guests Rowen and Zi, both facilitators of the RISE workshop at Thorne Harbour. RISE is a single-session monthly peer-led workshop for people who identify as non-binary or gender diverse (including, but not limited to: genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, trans masc and trans femme). This workshops provides a safe and social space for enby and gender-diverse people to connect with each other and engage in discussions and activities relevant to non-binary experiences. Tex also chats about his visit to the long awaited Pride Centre.   Useful Links:  For more information on the RISE Workshop: https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/peer-workshops  Email: peer.ed@thorneharbour.org  Pride Centre: https://pridecentre.org.au Grab this and other JOYCasts by heading to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Join Tex and Jessie as they pay tribute to International Non-Binary People’s Day and Pride Centre with special guests Rowen and Zi, both facilitators of the RISE workshop at Thorne Harbour.

RISE is a single-session monthly peer-led workshop for people who identify as non-binary or gender diverse (including, but not limited to: genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, trans masc and trans femme). This workshops provides a safe and social space for enby and gender-diverse people to connect with each other and engage in discussions and activities relevant to non-binary experiences.

Tex also chats about his visit to the long awaited Pride Centre.

 

Useful Links: 

For more information on the RISE Workshop: https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/peer-workshops 
Email: peer.ed@thorneharbour.org 

Pride Centre: https://pridecentre.org.au

Grab this and other JOYCasts by heading to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

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Join Tex and Jessie as they pay tribute to International Non-Binary People's Day and Pride Centre with special guests Rowen and Zi, both facilitators of the RISE workshop at Thorne Harbour. - RISE is a single-session monthly peer-led workshop for peop...
RISE is a single-session monthly peer-led workshop for people who identify as non-binary or gender diverse (including, but not limited to: genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, trans masc and trans femme). This workshops provides a safe and social space for enby and gender-diverse people to connect with each other and engage in discussions and activities relevant to non-binary experiences.

Tex also chats about his visit to the long awaited Pride Centre.

 

Useful Links: 

For more information on the RISE Workshop: https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/peer-workshops 
Email: peer.ed@thorneharbour.org 

Pride Centre: https://pridecentre.org.au

Grab this and other JOYCasts by heading to joy.org.au/wellwellwell]]>
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SOPV Outreach Volunteers https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/07/sopv-outreach-volunteers/ Thu, 08 Jul 2021 12:01:45 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3235 Sex on premises venues (SOPVs) are places for men to meet, cruise, and play, and to connect with community and services, like Thorne Harbour Health's outreach volunteers. Michael and Tex chat with Thorne Harbour Health's Volunteer Coordinator, volunteers themselves, and a SOPV punter about what makes these spaces hubs for fun and communtiy education. We talk about the social and community benefits of volunteering for an LGBTI organisation like Thorne Harbour Health.   Thorne Harbour Health: thorneharbour.org  Volunteer with us: thorneharbour.org/get-involved/volunteer Subscribe for other JOYCasts from Well Well Well: joy.org.au/wellwellwell   Sex on premises venues (SOPVs) are places for men to meet, cruise, and play, and to connect with community and services, like Thorne Harbour Health’s outreach volunteers. Michael and Tex chat with Thorne Harbour Health’s Volunteer Coordinator, volunteers themselves, and a SOPV punter about what makes these spaces hubs for fun and communtiy education. We talk about the social and community benefits of volunteering for an LGBTI organisation like Thorne Harbour Health.

 

Thorne Harbour Health: thorneharbour.org 

Volunteer with us: thorneharbour.org/get-involved/volunteer

Subscribe for other JOYCasts from Well Well Well: joy.org.au/wellwellwell

 

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Sex on premises venues (SOPVs) are places for men to meet, cruise, and play, and to connect with community and services, like Thorne Harbour Health's outreach volunteers. Michael and Tex chat with Thorne Harbour Health's Volunteer Coordinator,
 

Thorne Harbour Health: thorneharbour.org 

Volunteer with us: thorneharbour.org/get-involved/volunteer

Subscribe for other JOYCasts from Well Well Well: joy.org.au/wellwellwell

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Well Beyond 50 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/07/well-beyond-50/ Thu, 01 Jul 2021 12:00:28 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3216 This week Cal is joined by Dean Cassano from the Burnet Institute and Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria, to talk about Well Beyond 50 — a new website for people living with HIV aged 50 and over. Featuring an array of health topics, personal stories, and opportunities for social connection, Well Beyond 50 offers a wealth of information to people living with HIV as well as carers and supporters. The website officially launched this week and can be found online at: wellbeyond50.livingpositivevictoria.org.au And anyone keen to be a part of the Well Beyond 50 project by sharing their story can reach out via the website at: wellbeyond50.livingpositivevictoria.org.au/ask-a-question/ This week Cal is joined by Dean Cassano from the Burnet Institute and Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria, to talk about Well Beyond 50 — a new website for people living with HIV aged 50 and over. Featuring an array of health topics, Well Beyond 50 — a new website for people living with HIV aged 50 and over. Featuring an array of health topics, personal stories, and opportunities for social connection, Well Beyond 50 offers a wealth of information to people living with HIV as well as carers and supporters.

The website officially launched this week and can be found online at: wellbeyond50.livingpositivevictoria.org.au

And anyone keen to be a part of the Well Beyond 50 project by sharing their story can reach out via the website at: wellbeyond50.livingpositivevictoria.org.au/ask-a-question/]]>
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PrEP for overseas born men https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/06/prep-and-overseas-born-men/ Thu, 24 Jun 2021 11:00:39 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3211 The HIV notifications amongst overseas-born men who have sex with men (MSM), in particular those from South East Asia have been rising over recent years, whilst the numbers amongst Australian-born MSM have been decreasing. Join Jessie & Michael as they unpack the complexities associated with these rising rates as well as provide a clear roadmap for PrEP for overseas born men highlighting services that are free for those without Medicare and who may not choose to use their overseas health insurance. They invite Dr. Jason Ong from the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre to talk about HIV & STI services available there, as well as the PrEP ME Clinic which cater specifically for PrEP for overseas born men. They are also joined by Eswar, a front line staff member and Lead Peer Test Facilitator at PRONTO! the rapid HIV testing centre at Thorne Harbour, to discuss what happens during a rapid HIV test. Jessie and Michael continue the discussion on how to access PrEP through the PAN website for those who may be financially struggling. Want it translated? This week's transcript is here   Useful Links:  PRONTO! - Rapid testing services : https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/pronto Melbourne Sexual Health Centre : https://www.mshc.org.au/default.aspx PrEP Me Clinic info : https://www.pan.org.au/no-medicare PrEP Me Clinic / HIV Prevention Line : 1800 889 887 Email: prep@alfred.org.au PAN [PrEPaccessNOW]: https://www.pan.org.au/ PrEP'D For Change - Multilingual resources : https://www.prepdforchange.com/faqs HIV Drug Interaction Checker: https://www.hiv-druginteractions.org/checker  Find other JOYCasts from Well Well Well at joy.org.au/wellwellwell The HIV notifications amongst overseas-born men who have sex with men (MSM), in particular those from South East Asia have been rising over recent years, whilst the numbers amongst Australian-born MSM have been decreasing.
They invite Dr. Jason Ong from the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre to talk about HIV & STI services available there, as well as the PrEP ME Clinic which cater specifically for PrEP for overseas born men. They are also joined by Eswar, a front line staff member and Lead Peer Test Facilitator at PRONTO! the rapid HIV testing centre at Thorne Harbour, to discuss what happens during a rapid HIV test. Jessie and Michael continue the discussion on how to access PrEP through the PAN website for those who may be financially struggling.

Want it translated? This week's transcript is here

 

Useful Links: 

PRONTO! - Rapid testing services : https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/pronto

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre : https://www.mshc.org.au/default.aspx

PrEP Me Clinic info : https://www.pan.org.au/no-medicare
PrEP Me Clinic / HIV Prevention Line : 1800 889 887
Email: prep@alfred.org.au

PAN [PrEPaccessNOW]: https://www.pan.org.au/

PrEP'D For Change - Multilingual resources : https://www.prepdforchange.com/faqs

HIV Drug Interaction Checker: https://www.hiv-druginteractions.org/checker 

Find other JOYCasts from Well Well Well at joy.org.au/wellwellwell]]>
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LGBTIQ+ Women in Sport https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/06/lgbti-women-in-sport/ Thu, 17 Jun 2021 05:24:40 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3201 Rachel and Jessie chat with Proud 2 Play’s Lauren Foote about  overcoming the barriers that stand in the way of LGBTIQ+ people engaging in sport and goes through a number of initiatives in play for our LGBTIQ+ community. Discussion continues on with ABC journalist and academic Kate O’Halloran about the challenges she has faced in being a woman sports writer, the inequalities facing women who play sport and what needs to change to create a more equal playing field.   Useful Links:  https://www.proud2play.org.au/ https://www.kirbyfenwick.com/the-first-friday-in-february https://sirensport.com.au/   Rachel and Jessie chat with Proud 2 Play’s Lauren Foote about  overcoming the barriers that stand in the way of LGBTIQ+ people engaging in sport and goes through a number of initiatives in play for our LGBTIQ+ community.
 

Useful Links: 

https://www.proud2play.org.au/

https://www.kirbyfenwick.com/the-first-friday-in-february

https://sirensport.com.au/

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Syphilis and STI Testing Tech https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/06/syphilis-and-sti-testing-tech/ Thu, 10 Jun 2021 10:01:30 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3198 Michael and Tex chat with Melbourne Sexual Health Centre's Jason Ong about new technology for rapid detection of STIs in just over an hour! Find out more about this exciting new pilot program at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre. Later we catch up with MSHC's Kit Fairley about what we need to tackle STIs, stigma, and find out 'Who's fault is it that Bob got syphilis?' Get all the info on STIs, how they spread, possible symptoms and getting them treated with www.TheDramaDownUnder.info Melbourne Sexual Health Centre mshc.org.au Stay STI Free staystifree.org.au Thorne Harbour Health thorneharbour.org PRONTO! pronto.org.au  Equinox Gender Diverse Health Centre equinox.org.au Michael and Tex chat with Melbourne Sexual Health Centre's Jason Ong about new technology for rapid detection of STIs in just over an hour! Find out more about this exciting new pilot program at Melbourne Sexual Health Centre.
Get all the info on STIs, how they spread, possible symptoms and getting them treated with www.TheDramaDownUnder.info

Melbourne Sexual Health Centre mshc.org.au

Stay STI Free staystifree.org.au

Thorne Harbour Health thorneharbour.org

PRONTO! pronto.org.au 

Equinox Gender Diverse Health Centre equinox.org.au]]>
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Women in the Early Response to HIV https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/06/women-in-the-early-response-to-hiv/ Thu, 03 Jun 2021 12:00:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3190 This week Cal shares some of the recent conversation he had with five living legends involved in the early response to HIV and AIDS. As five women, the panel shares their perspectives on being involved in an epidemic that was largely impacting gay men and other men who have sex with men here in Australia. During this episode, Cal talks to: Auntie Bev Greet - founder of Positive Women Victoria and longstanding advocate for women living with HIV Maureen O'Brien - the first Community Health Nurse at the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre (now Thorne Harbour Health's Centre Clinic) Sue Stone - former counsellor and social worker at Fairfield Hospital, the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre, and the Alfred Hospital Liz Crock - Nurse Practitioner working in HIV for over 30 years at Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, the Alfred Hospital, and the Royal District Nursing Service (now Bolton Clarke) Dr Edwina Wright - infectious diseases physician specialising in HIV clinical care and research for over 35 years The discussion in the episode comes from the recent online event "Women in the Early Response to HIV" hosted by Thorne Harbour Health on Tuesday 11 May.  The full video is free to stream online at: https://youtu.be/GK1kE55i6mo This week Cal shares some of the recent conversation he had with five living legends involved in the early response to HIV and AIDS. As five women, the panel shares their perspectives on being involved in an epidemic that was largely impacting gay men ...
During this episode, Cal talks to:

* Auntie Bev Greet - founder of Positive Women Victoria and longstanding advocate for women living with HIV
* Maureen O'Brien - the first Community Health Nurse at the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre (now Thorne Harbour Health's Centre Clinic)
* Sue Stone - former counsellor and social worker at Fairfield Hospital, the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men's Health Centre, and the Alfred Hospital
* Liz Crock - Nurse Practitioner working in HIV for over 30 years at Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital, the Alfred Hospital, and the Royal District Nursing Service (now Bolton Clarke)
* Dr Edwina Wright - infectious diseases physician specialising in HIV clinical care and research for over 35 years

The discussion in the episode comes from the recent online event "Women in the Early Response to HIV" hosted by Thorne Harbour Health on Tuesday 11 May.  The full video is free to stream online at: https://youtu.be/GK1kE55i6mo]]>
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National Reconciliation Week https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/05/national-reconciliation-week/ Thu, 27 May 2021 11:00:36 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3169 Joining Rachel Cook and Tex McKenzie on this episode of Well, Well, Well is their colleague Peter Waples-Crowe talking about National Reconciliation Week.  They also discuss Peter’s work at Thorne Harbour Health and in the community and his art work. Joining Rachel Cook and Tex McKenzie on this episode of Well, Well, Well is their colleague Peter Waples-Crowe talking about National Reconciliation Week.  They also discuss Peter’s work at Thorne Harbour Health and in the community and his art work.
Joining Rachel Cook and Tex McKenzie on this episode of Well, Well, Well is their colleague Peter Waples-Crowe talking about National Reconciliation Week.  They also discuss Peter’s work at Thorne Harbour Health and in the community and his art work.]]>
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National Volunteers Week https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/05/national-volunteers-week-2021/ Thu, 20 May 2021 12:01:45 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3161 It's National Volunteers Week! Michael and Tex sit down with some vital volunteers and coordinators to look at how our LGBTIQA+ communities give back. There are around 2.3 million volunteers across Victoria, with no shortage of avenues to explore. So why would somone volunteer with Thorne Harbour Health? We chat with Partnerships Manager, Jack, about the history of the organisation from it's early days of volunteer leadership and support. We chat with Anne, filling a vital aspect of volunteer work transporting people to and from appointments, and forging connections with some wonderful knock on benefits for Anne, and her family. Later we are joiend by Dominique Haslam, Volunteer Coordinator at the soon to be opened Victorian Pride Centre about the needs of this new facility for our community.   Victorian Pride Centre - https://pridecentre.org.au/volunteer/  Volunteer and Thorne Harbour - https://thorneharbour.org/get-involved/volunteer/    Volunteering Victoria - https://www.volunteeringvictoria.org.au/  Volunteer with JOY 9.9 - https://joy.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/ It's National Volunteers Week! Michael and Tex sit down with some vital volunteers and coordinators to look at how our LGBTIQA+ communities give back. There are around 2.3 million volunteers across Victoria, with no shortage of avenues to explore. Michael and Tex sit down with some vital volunteers and coordinators to look at how our LGBTIQA+ communities give back. There are around 2.3 million volunteers across Victoria, with no shortage of avenues to explore. So why would somone volunteer with Thorne Harbour Health? We chat with Partnerships Manager, Jack, about the history of the organisation from it's early days of volunteer leadership and support. We chat with Anne, filling a vital aspect of volunteer work transporting people to and from appointments, and forging connections with some wonderful knock on benefits for Anne, and her family. Later we are joiend by Dominique Haslam, Volunteer Coordinator at the soon to be opened Victorian Pride Centre about the needs of this new facility for our community.

 

Victorian Pride Centre - https://pridecentre.org.au/volunteer/ 

Volunteer and Thorne Harbour - https://thorneharbour.org/get-involved/volunteer/   

Volunteering Victoria - https://www.volunteeringvictoria.org.au/ 

Volunteer with JOY 9.9 - https://joy.org.au/get-involved/become-a-volunteer/]]>
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Embracing Equality and LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Day https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/05/embracing-equality-and-lgbtiqa-health-wellbeing-day/ Thu, 13 May 2021 12:01:18 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3156 This week on Well, Well, Well Cal is flying solo as he heads to The Equality Project's LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Day at Williamstown Town Hall to meet an eclectic mix of practitioners, coaches, and instructors supporting the health and wellbeing of our communities. Before that, Deb Tsorbaris, CEO of the Centre for Excellence in Child & family Welfare joins the show to talk about the Embracing Equality Charter. The Charter has been recently released by a number of Victorian peak organisations in ally-ship with LGBTIQ+ communities. At the LGBTIQA+ Health and Wellbeing Day, Cal talks to: Sharrman Maran (IG @Sharrman.Maran) from Breathe Education about Pilates Exercise Physiologist Lucija Peric from With Pride High-Performance Mindset Coach Dean Murphy from With Pride Shiatsu student Shan who mentioned the upcoming Open Day at Australian Shiatsu College With Pride Founder, Director & Naturopath Shae Louise Abel Art Psychotherapist Matilda Brown from Psyche Aesthetic (IG @psyche_aesthetic) Kinesiologist Jordie Slonim from jordiokinesiology.com.au The Equality Project plans to host more LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Days in the future in addition to the 2021 Better Together Conference in Adelaide. This week on Well, Well, Well Cal is flying solo as he heads to The Equality Project's LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Day at Williamstown Town Hall to meet an eclectic mix of practitioners, coaches, and instructors supporting the health and wellbeing of o... The Equality Project's LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Day at Williamstown Town Hall to meet an eclectic mix of practitioners, coaches, and instructors supporting the health and wellbeing of our communities.

Before that, Deb Tsorbaris, CEO of the Centre for Excellence in Child & family Welfare joins the show to talk about the Embracing Equality Charter. The Charter has been recently released by a number of Victorian peak organisations in ally-ship with LGBTIQ+ communities.

At the LGBTIQA+ Health and Wellbeing Day, Cal talks to:

* Sharrman Maran (IG @Sharrman.Maran) from Breathe Education about Pilates
* Exercise Physiologist Lucija Peric from With Pride
* High-Performance Mindset Coach Dean Murphy from With Pride
* Shiatsu student Shan who mentioned the upcoming Open Day at Australian Shiatsu College
* With Pride Founder, Director & Naturopath Shae Louise Abel
* Art Psychotherapist Matilda Brown from Psyche Aesthetic (IG @psyche_aesthetic)
* Kinesiologist Jordie Slonim from jordiokinesiology.com.au

The Equality Project plans to host more LGBTIQA+ Health & Wellbeing Days in the future in addition to the 2021 Better Together Conference in Adelaide.]]>
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Lung Cancer https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/05/lung-cancer/ Thu, 06 May 2021 11:00:09 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3176 Join Jessie & Rachel on Well Well Well today as they chat to lung cancer expert, Professor Matthew Peters. Lung cancer has become the biggest killer of women in Australia, surpassing breast cancer. Jessie and Rachel talk to Professor Peters about lung cancer risks, treatments and the potential to screen for lung cancer in the near future. They also speak with the author of the SWASH studies (Australia’s biggest study of lesbian, bisexual and queer women’s health, Dr Julie Mooney-Somers. One of the biggest (but not only risks) for lung cancer is smoking. They speak with Dr Mooney-Somers about smoking rates among LGBTIQ people, why they are higher and what we can do about it. Useful Link:  https://www.cancervic.org.au/cancer-information/types-of-cancer/lung_cancer/lung-cancer-overview.html https://www.quit.org.au/articles/lgbtiq/ Join Jessie & Rachel on Well Well Well today as they chat to lung cancer expert, Professor Matthew Peters. Lung cancer has become the biggest killer of women in Australia, surpassing breast cancer. Jessie and Rachel talk to Professor Peters about lung ...
Useful Link: 
https://www.cancervic.org.au/cancer-information/types-of-cancer/lung_cancer/lung-cancer-overview.html

https://www.quit.org.au/articles/lgbtiq/]]>
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Cervical Cancer Screening https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/cervical-cancer-screening/ Thu, 29 Apr 2021 01:43:16 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3147 The best way to reduce our risk around cervical cancer is to get a Cervical Screening Test. It is recommended that everyone with a cervix, regardless of your gender identity or sexuality, aged 25 to 74 who have ever been sexually active, get a Cervical Screening Test, once every five years.  Join Jessie & Rachel this week as they chat about Cervical Cancer Screening with Kate Broun from Cancer Council Victoria and Son Vivienne from Thorne Harbour Health. They unpack some of the misconceptions around cervical cancer screening, how things have changed from the pap test and what's actually involved during a screening appointment. For more information, read up about Cervical Cancer Screening and check out the Public Cervix Announcement campaign. -------------------------------------------------- Episode #764. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes, Spotify, or your favourite podcast platform via https://pod.link/wellwellwell or joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! Facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour Twitter:  twitter.com/thorneharbour Instagram: instagram.com/thorneharbour   The best way to reduce our risk around cervical cancer is to get a Cervical Screening Test. It is recommended that everyone with a cervix, regardless of your gender identity or sexuality, aged 25 to 74 who have ever been sexually active,
The best way to reduce our risk around cervical cancer is to get a Cervical Screening Test.

It is recommended that everyone with a cervix, regardless of your gender identity or sexuality, aged 25 to 74 who have ever been sexually active, get a Cervical Screening Test, once every five years. 

Join Jessie & Rachel this week as they chat about Cervical Cancer Screening with Kate Broun from Cancer Council Victoria and Son Vivienne from Thorne Harbour Health. They unpack some of the misconceptions around cervical cancer screening, how things have changed from the pap test and what's actually involved during a screening appointment.

For more information, read up about Cervical Cancer Screening and check out the Public Cervix Announcement campaign.

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Episode #764.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes, Spotify, or your favourite podcast platform via https://pod.link/wellwellwell or joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services

Thorne Harbour is social!

Facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour
Twitter:  twitter.com/thorneharbour
Instagram: instagram.com/thorneharbour

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Diabetes and COVID https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/diabetes-and-covid/ Thu, 22 Apr 2021 12:01:01 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3129 It's Radiothon again this week! Michael and Tex sit down to chat about diabetes, COVID, and HIV. First we chat with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to check in about our communities living with diabetes, and how COVID has impacted their health and wellbeing. Later we catch up with community legend David Menadue to talk about the COVID vaccine for people living with diabetes and those living with HIV. Diabetes Victoria - diabetesvic.org.au Donate, join or renew your JOY membership to win and keep supporting Australia's only independent rainbow community radio and media organisations JOY 94.9 - joy.org.au Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes, Spotify, or your favourite podcast platform via https://pod.link/wellwellwell or joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! Facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour Twitter:  twitter.com/thorneharbour Instagram: instagram.com/thorneharbour   It's Radiothon again this week! Michael and Tex sit down to chat about diabetes, COVID, and HIV. - First we chat with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to check in about our communities living with diabetes,
First we chat with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to check in about our communities living with diabetes, and how COVID has impacted their health and wellbeing. Later we catch up with community legend David Menadue to talk about the COVID vaccine for people living with diabetes and those living with HIV.

Diabetes Victoria - diabetesvic.org.au

Donate, join or renew your JOY membership to win and keep supporting Australia's only independent rainbow community radio and media organisations JOY 94.9 - joy.org.au



Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes, Spotify, or your favourite podcast platform via https://pod.link/wellwellwell or joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services

Thorne Harbour is social!

Facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour
Twitter:  twitter.com/thorneharbour
Instagram: instagram.com/thorneharbour

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Equality and LGBTI Health Priorities https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/equality-and-lgbti-health-priorities/ Thu, 15 Apr 2021 04:53:16 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3125 In the first of two episodes focused on Radiothon, Michael and Cal first catch up with Jason Tauzon-McCheyne about the Equality Project's upcoming events. The Better Together Conference in June will be preceded by a Health and Wellbeing Day at the Williamstown Town Hall to support the LGBTI community's health. At the opening of Thorne Harbour Health's new 200 Hoddle Street building Michael and Cal sat down with some communtiy members for a rapid-fire discussion of their priorities for the health and wellbeing needs of our LGBTI communities to unpack here on Well Well Well. It is of course Radiothon so make sure to head to joy.org.au to join, renew, or donate to support the work of JOY - Australia's only independent community radio and media organisation. Equality Project Better Together Conference, including scholarships and tickets LGBTIQA+ Health and Wellbeing Day - May 8 In the first of two episodes focused on Radiothon, Michael and Cal first catch up with Jason Tauzon-McCheyne about the Equality Project's upcoming events. The Better Together Conference in June will be preceded by a Health and Wellbeing Day at the Will... The Better Together Conference in June will be preceded by a Health and Wellbeing Day at the Williamstown Town Hall to support the LGBTI community's health.

At the opening of Thorne Harbour Health's new 200 Hoddle Street building Michael and Cal sat down with some communtiy members for a rapid-fire discussion of their priorities for the health and wellbeing needs of our LGBTI communities to unpack here on Well Well Well.

It is of course Radiothon so make sure to head to joy.org.au to join, renew, or donate to support the work of JOY - Australia's only independent community radio and media organisation.

Equality Project

Better Together Conference, including scholarships and tickets

LGBTIQA+ Health and Wellbeing Day - May 8]]>
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The Future of HIV Care – Part One https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/the-future-of-hiv-care/ Thu, 08 Apr 2021 12:01:08 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3120 Michael and Tex look into the future of HIV care with some HIV clinical and community leaders. A lot has changed in the world of HIV treatment including how and where we deliver care to a community with increasingly diverse experiences and needs. Michael and Tex sit down with Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at Alfred Health, to talk about Alfred Health's new survey to help people living with HIV untangle what their future health care needs might be. Later, Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria sheds light on how PLHIV communities can shape their future, and what services might support their health later in life. PLHIV can complete the survey until 31 April when it closes via Alfred Health's website To connect with the coffee table chats contact Living Positive Victoria  We'll catch up with Jenny and Richard later in the year to follow up on this topic once the survey is released: You can find part two of that conversation here very soon: https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/09/the-future-of-hiv-care-part-two/ Michael and Tex look into the future of HIV care with some HIV clinical and community leaders. - A lot has changed in the world of HIV treatment including how and where we deliver care to a community with increasingly diverse experiences and needs.
A lot has changed in the world of HIV treatment including how and where we deliver care to a community with increasingly diverse experiences and needs. Michael and Tex sit down with Jenny Hoy, Director of HIV Medicine at Alfred Health, to talk about Alfred Health's new survey to help people living with HIV untangle what their future health care needs might be. Later, Richard Keane, CEO of Living Positive Victoria sheds light on how PLHIV communities can shape their future, and what services might support their health later in life.

PLHIV can complete the survey until 31 April when it closes via Alfred Health's website

To connect with the coffee table chats contact Living Positive Victoria 

We'll catch up with Jenny and Richard later in the year to follow up on this topic once the survey is released: You can find part two of that conversation here very soon:

https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/09/the-future-of-hiv-care-part-two/]]>
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Trans Day of Visibility https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/04/tdov/ Thu, 01 Apr 2021 11:01:25 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3114 Michael and Rachel sit down for their first show together to talk to three key voices for Trans Day of Visibility. First, Thorne Harbour Health Trans Health Lead, Son, and Gabe from Equinox join for a chat. We discuss what it means to be visible as a trans person, and TGD health services at Thorne Harbour. Later, we are joined by Chair of Transgender Victoria, Brenda Appleton to talk about the state of play for trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing into the future. Equinox Transgender Victoria TDOV   Michael and Rachel sit down for their first show together to talk to three key voices for Trans Day of Visibility. First, Thorne Harbour Health Trans Health Lead, Son, and Gabe from Equinox join for a chat. Later, we are joined by Chair of Transgender Victoria, Brenda Appleton to talk about the state of play for trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing into the future.

Equinox

Transgender Victoria

TDOV

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Trans & Gender Diverse Workshops https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/03/trans-gender-diverse-workshops/ Fri, 26 Mar 2021 04:19:37 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3106 Join us this week as we invite the facilitators of some of our trans and gender diverse workshops we have available at Thorne Harbour on the show. Rick Spencer facilitator of Novus for trans women,  Luka Ritter facilitator of Pace for trans men, and Rowen De Lacey facilitator of Rise for non-binary & gender diverse folks, all come on the show to have a chat about the workshops they run and their personal experience around volunteering as a facilitator with Thorne Harbour. The workshops are run as single-session workshops that provide a safe space for like-minded individuals to connect with each other, engage in discussions or partake in activities relevant to their experience. All workshops are free, cater for people above the age of 18, have about 8 - 12 participants and 2 - 3 facilitators per session. For more information check out: https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/peer-workshops/ Join us this week as we invite the facilitators of some of our trans and gender diverse workshops we have available at Thorne Harbour on the show. - Rick Spencer facilitator of Novus for trans women,  Luka Ritter facilitator of Pace for trans men,
Rick Spencer facilitator of Novus for trans women,  Luka Ritter facilitator of Pace for trans men, and Rowen De Lacey facilitator of Rise for non-binary & gender diverse folks, all come on the show to have a chat about the workshops they run and their personal experience around volunteering as a facilitator with Thorne Harbour. The workshops are run as single-session workshops that provide a safe space for like-minded individuals to connect with each other, engage in discussions or partake in activities relevant to their experience.

All workshops are free, cater for people above the age of 18, have about 8 - 12 participants and 2 - 3 facilitators per session.

For more information check out: https://thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/peer-workshops/

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Mindfulness https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/03/mindfulness/ Thu, 18 Mar 2021 11:00:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3100 While mindfulness has recently become a common practice in the modern western world, but it's been around for ages. This week, Cal Hawk discusses mindfulness and its health benefits with Catherine Morey-Nase. Catherine is a clinical psychologist, qigong teacher, and one of the team over at Melbourne-based Smiling Mind - a mindfulness app and one of the world’s leaders in the pre-emptive mental health space. Catherine explains the difference between mindfulness and meditation, offers some guidance on how to start a mindfulness practice, gives a run down on the Smiling Mind app and even leads a brief on-air mindfulness exercise. They also discuss the State of Mind - Smiling Mind's annual survey that acts as a check-in on the mental health and wellbeing of Australian adults.   While mindfulness has recently become a common practice in the modern western world, but it's been around for ages. This week, Cal Hawk discusses mindfulness and its health benefits with Catherine Morey-Nase. Catherine is a clinical psychologist, Catherine Morey-Nase. Catherine is a clinical psychologist, qigong teacher, and one of the team over at Melbourne-based Smiling Mind - a mindfulness app and one of the world’s leaders in the pre-emptive mental health space.

Catherine explains the difference between mindfulness and meditation, offers some guidance on how to start a mindfulness practice, gives a run down on the Smiling Mind app and even leads a brief on-air mindfulness exercise. They also discuss the State of Mind - Smiling Mind's annual survey that acts as a check-in on the mental health and wellbeing of Australian adults.

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Women’s Health Update https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/03/womens-health-update/ Thu, 11 Mar 2021 11:00:42 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3093 Following International Women's Day on 8 March and continuing from last week's episode on Women in Leadership, Rachel and Cal focus in on LGBTIQ women's health this week. Associate Professor Julie Mooney-Somers joins the shows to talk about research into the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ women here in Australia - including the long-running SWASH Report as well as the more recent Unleash Study. Then, Carolyn Gillespie joins the conversation. As Thorne Harbour Health's Director of Services and the Chair of LGBTIQ+ Health Australia, Carolyn delves into some of the health issues impacting LGBTIQ women and how we're starting to address them. Following International Women's Day on 8 March and continuing from last week's episode on Women in Leadership, Rachel and Cal focus in on LGBTIQ women's health this week. - Associate Professor Julie Mooney-Somers joins the shows to talk about research... Women in Leadership, Rachel and Cal focus in on LGBTIQ women's health this week.

Associate Professor Julie Mooney-Somers joins the shows to talk about research into the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ women here in Australia - including the long-running SWASH Report as well as the more recent Unleash Study.

Then, Carolyn Gillespie joins the conversation. As Thorne Harbour Health's Director of Services and the Chair of LGBTIQ+ Health Australia, Carolyn delves into some of the health issues impacting LGBTIQ women and how we're starting to address them.]]>
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Women in Leadership https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/03/women-in-leadership/ Thu, 04 Mar 2021 11:01:13 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3072 In the lead up to International Women's Day on 8 March, Rachel and Cal talk to a group of LGBTIQ women in positions of leadership in our LGBTIQ communities. Michelle "Mama Mish" Sheppard joins the show to talk about issues faced by trans women in leadership positions as well as the upcoming GLOBE event on 25 March 2021 Focus on Women: Queer Women in Leadership Then Nevena Spirovska joins the show to talk about her experiences of advocated for the disadvantaged when walking the halls of power including Victorian Parliament and even the United Nations. Paghona "Peggy" Kerdo joins the show to share her personal story - from coming out to leading her own law firm and advocating for social justice. Finally, Thorne Harbour's President Janet Jukes is joined by longstanding mental health leader Bronwyn Lawman as they discuss the challenges faces by women in leadership and how our communities are faring. In the lead up to International Women's Day on 8 March, Rachel and Cal talk to a group of LGBTIQ women in positions of leadership in our LGBTIQ communities. - Michelle "Mama Mish" Sheppard joins the show to talk about issues faced by trans women in le...

In the lead up to International Women's Day on 8 March, Rachel and Cal talk to a group of LGBTIQ women in positions of leadership in our LGBTIQ communities.

Michelle "Mama Mish" Sheppard joins the show to talk about issues faced by trans women in leadership positions as well as the upcoming GLOBE event on 25 March 2021 Focus on Women: Queer Women in Leadership

Then Nevena Spirovska joins the show to talk about her experiences of advocated for the disadvantaged when walking the halls of power including Victorian Parliament and even the United Nations.

Paghona "Peggy" Kerdo joins the show to share her personal story - from coming out to leading her own law firm and advocating for social justice.

Finally, Thorne Harbour's President Janet Jukes is joined by longstanding mental health leader Bronwyn Lawman as they discuss the challenges faces by women in leadership and how our communities are faring.]]>
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Tit4Tat – Energy Exchange Portal https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/02/tit4tat-energy-exchange-portal/ Thu, 25 Feb 2021 04:50:04 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3070 Join us this week as we introduce to you a community resource revolution in the making. Yelena Galystan, founder of Tit4Tat comes on the show to have a chat about the inspiration behind this innovative new movement. Tit4Tat is essentially a community-driven energy exchange portal where a loving community shares their skills, services and resources, in exchange for receiving skills, services and resources - without any monetary exchange. The concept has already proven to be very successful and you'll get to hear first hand from Leana, her experience of exchanging services through Tit4Tat.     Leana Flaneur - Participant of the Tit4Tat Community       Useful Links Tit4Tat Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tit4tatenergy Tit4Tat Melbourne group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tit4tatmelbourne Tit4Tat Byron group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tit4tatbyron Tit4Tat Handle: @tit4tat_ Tit4Tat Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/tit4tat_ Flow Sessions Flow Music Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/flowmusico  Flow Sessions Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/flowsessions   Listen / download podcast below: Join us this week as we introduce to you a community resource revolution in the making. Yelena Galystan, founder of Tit4Tat comes on the show to have a chat about the inspiration behind this innovative new movement. - Join us this week as we introduce to you a community resource revolution in the making. Yelena Galystan, founder of Tit4Tat comes on the show to have a chat about the inspiration behind this innovative new movement.

Tit4Tat is essentially a community-driven energy exchange portal where a loving community shares their skills, services and resources, in exchange for receiving skills, services and resources - without any monetary exchange.

The concept has already proven to be very successful and you'll get to hear first hand from Leana, her experience of exchanging services through Tit4Tat.

 



 

Leana Flaneur - Participant of the Tit4Tat Community

 

 

 

Useful Links

Tit4Tat Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tit4tatenergy

Tit4Tat Melbourne group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tit4tatmelbourne

Tit4Tat Byron group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tit4tatbyron

Tit4Tat Handle: @tit4tat_

Tit4Tat Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/tit4tat_

Flow Sessions

Flow Music Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/flowmusico 

Flow Sessions Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/flowsessions

 

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Menopause https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/02/menopause/ Thu, 18 Feb 2021 11:01:30 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3065 This week Rachel Cook joins the Well, Well, Well team! As the Women's Health lead at Thorne Harbour Health, Rachel leads the conversation with co-host Cal Hawk as they dive into discussing menopause. Longstanding JOY presenter Sue from David & Sue's Friday Night Live and This is OWL Lives joins the show to share her personal experience of menopause from a LGBTIQ perspective. Then endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison from the Jean Hailes Medical Centre and Australasian Menopause Society offers further insight into experiences of menopause including support and resources available. This week Rachel Cook joins the Well, Well, Well team! As the Women's Health lead at Thorne Harbour Health, Rachel leads the conversation with co-host Cal Hawk as they dive into discussing menopause. - Longstanding JOY presenter Sue from David & Sue's...


This week Rachel Cook joins the Well, Well, Well team! As the Women's Health lead at Thorne Harbour Health, Rachel leads the conversation with co-host Cal Hawk as they dive into discussing menopause.

Longstanding JOY presenter Sue from David & Sue's Friday Night Live and This is OWL Lives joins the show to share her personal experience of menopause from a LGBTIQ perspective.

Then endocrinologist Dr Sonia Davison from the Jean Hailes Medical Centre and Australasian Menopause Society offers further insight into experiences of menopause including support and resources available.]]>
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Writing Themselves In 4 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/02/writing-themselves-in-4/ Thu, 11 Feb 2021 11:00:29 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3056 Join Tex & Jessie on Well Well Well today as they chat to Dr. Adam Bourne, Associate Professor at ARCSHS (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society) and visiting fellow at the Kirby Institute at UNSW to discuss the results of the Writing Themselves In 4 Study that took place in 2020. The study gathers data around the challenges experienced by LGBTIQA+ young people (such as mental health, discrimination or abuse) as well as aspects of life that can enhance health and wellbeing (such as supportive relationships and community engagement). The study managed to recruit 6418 participants aged 14 - 21 years old, making it the largest cohort involved a study of the LGBTI community.   Useful Link: Study Report: Writing Themselves In 4 National Report (PDF, 9MB) Recruitment video ARCSHS (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society) More information on the Writing Themselves in 4 Study    Join Tex & Jessie on Well Well Well today as they chat to Dr. Adam Bourne, Associate Professor at ARCSHS (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society) and visiting fellow at the Kirby Institute at UNSW to discuss the results of the Writing Them... Well Well today as they chat to Dr. Adam Bourne, Associate Professor at ARCSHS (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society) and visiting fellow at the Kirby Institute at UNSW to discuss the results of the Writing Themselves In 4 Study that took place in 2020.

The study gathers data around the challenges experienced by LGBTIQA+ young people (such as mental health, discrimination or abuse) as well as aspects of life that can enhance health and wellbeing (such as supportive relationships and community engagement).

The study managed to recruit 6418 participants aged 14 - 21 years old, making it the largest cohort involved a study of the LGBTI community.

 

Useful Link:

* Study Report: Writing Themselves In 4 National Report (PDF, 9MB)
* Recruitment video
* ARCSHS (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society)
* More information on the Writing Themselves in 4 Study 

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Same PrEP, New Choices https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/02/same-prep-different-choices/ Thu, 04 Feb 2021 11:01:50 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3044  2021 offers three different strategies for taking PrEP for powerful HIV prevention. Michael sits down with Emen8 Project lead Chris Williams to talk everything from a short term protection - to round the clock coverage for all bodies in our LGBTI communities. Whether you're here for a good time or a long time, or both - we'll talk strategies that work for you.     Need a PrEP GP? Find a clinic via The Drama Down Under - thedramadownunder.info Community PrEP discussion and information via PrEP'D For Change and PAN [PrEPaccessNOW] Victoria's HIV Prevention hotline for info about PEP and PrEP 1800 889 887 Find out more about PrEPMe - and access for those without Medicare Watch Emen8's Same PrEP, Different Choices video and find out more about Daily, On-Demand, and Periodic PrEP.  2021 offers three different strategies for taking PrEP for powerful HIV prevention. Michael sits down with Emen8 Project lead Chris Williams to talk everything from a short term protection - to round the clock coverage for all bodies in our LGBTI comm... Emen8 Project lead Chris Williams to talk everything from a short term protection - to round the clock coverage for all bodies in our LGBTI communities. Whether you're here for a good time or a long time, or both - we'll talk strategies that work for you.

 

 

Need a PrEP GP? Find a clinic via The Drama Down Under - thedramadownunder.info

Community PrEP discussion and information via PrEP'D For Change and PAN [PrEPaccessNOW]

Victoria's HIV Prevention hotline for info about PEP and PrEP 1800 889 887

Find out more about PrEPMe - and access for those without Medicare

Watch Emen8's Same PrEP, Different Choices video and find out more about Daily, On-Demand, and Periodic PrEP.]]>
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Sexual Assault https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/01/sexual-assault/ Thu, 28 Jan 2021 11:01:19 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3036 This week Michael and Jessie are joined by Thorne Harbour Health Director of Services, Carolyn Gillespie to discuss how our LGBTI communities are impacted by sexual assault.     This week we discuss issues relating to sexual assault and may be triggering for some listeners. If you need support please visit or call: joy.org.au/support Thorne Harbour Health - call any time during business hours on (03) 9865 6700 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732 In an emergency dial 000 This week Michael and Jessie are joined by Thorne Harbour Health Director of Services, Carolyn Gillespie to discuss how our LGBTI communities are impacted by sexual assault. -   -   - This week we discuss issues relating to sexual assault and may be...
 

 

This week we discuss issues relating to sexual assault and may be triggering for some listeners.

If you need support please visit or call:

joy.org.au/support

Thorne Harbour Health - call any time during business hours on (03) 9865 6700

1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732

In an emergency dial 000]]>
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Expression Through Art https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/01/expression-through-art/ Fri, 22 Jan 2021 04:31:26 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3028 (Image by Peter Walples-Crowe: Alpine Dingoes & Corroboree Frogs - both creatures found on Ngarigu Country) This week, Jessie has invited Peter Waples-Crowe and Luke George to discuss self-expression through art. Peter is a Ngarigo artist who shares with us his experience of the intersection between being Aboriginal and queer, and how he uses art to express this experience, as well as make sense of it, whilst using it as his own personal healing tool. Peter has been been a finalist several times in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards as well as the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards. Our second guest, Luke George, who is an international artist, rope-worker and performer, shares with us on how he uses art to push the boundaries in the exploration of intimacy as an artist and in the process uncovers new layers in how the audience engages with the art. Luke has recently been appointed as Artistic Associate of Temperance Hall and is a recipient of a fellowship from Australian Council of the Arts. Click here to see more about Peter Walples-Crowe and Luke George.   (Image by Luke George - Displays of Affection #2)     (Image by Peter Walples-Crowe: Alpine Dingoes & Corroboree Frogs - both creatures found on Ngarigu Country) - This week, Jessie has invited Peter Waples-Crowe and Luke George to discuss self-expression through art.

(Image by Peter Walples-Crowe: Alpine Dingoes & Corroboree Frogs - both creatures found on Ngarigu Country)

This week, Jessie has invited Peter Waples-Crowe and Luke George to discuss self-expression through art. Peter is a Ngarigo artist who shares with us his experience of the intersection between being Aboriginal and queer, and how he uses art to express this experience, as well as make sense of it, whilst using it as his own personal healing tool. Peter has been been a finalist several times in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards as well as the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards.

Our second guest, Luke George, who is an international artist, rope-worker and performer, shares with us on how he uses art to push the boundaries in the exploration of intimacy as an artist and in the process uncovers new layers in how the audience engages with the art. Luke has recently been appointed as Artistic Associate of Temperance Hall and is a recipient of a fellowship from Australian Council of the Arts.

Click here to see more about Peter Walples-Crowe and Luke George.



 

(Image by Luke George - Displays of Affection #2)

 

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SunSmart and Skin Cancer https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/01/sunsmart-and-skin-cancer/ Thu, 14 Jan 2021 11:01:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3008 image credit Toby Lawrence via Unsplash As we relish the warm sun and increased outdoor activity Michael and Tex chat with Heather Walker from SunSmart at Cancer Council Victoria about staying safe this summer. We talk about signs of skin abnormalities and screening for skin cancer, as well as protecting ourselves every day - in a time when outdoor entertainment activity has been widely supported for its COVID safety.   SunSmart and the SunSmart App Cancer Council Victoria BOM   image credit Toby Lawrence via Unsplash - As we relish the warm sun and increased outdoor activity Michael and Tex chat with Heather Walker from SunSmart at Cancer Council Victoria about staying safe this summer.
As we relish the warm sun and increased outdoor activity Michael and Tex chat with Heather Walker from SunSmart at Cancer Council Victoria about staying safe this summer. We talk about signs of skin abnormalities and screening for skin cancer, as well as protecting ourselves every day - in a time when outdoor entertainment activity has been widely supported for its COVID safety.

 

SunSmart and the SunSmart App

Cancer Council Victoria

BOM

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Conversion Practices https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2021/01/conversion-practices/ Thu, 07 Jan 2021 11:00:59 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3021 Last month, Victoria's Change and Suppression (Conversion) Prohibition Bill banning conversion practices seeking to change a person’s sexual orientation and gender identity passed the lower house of the Victorian Parliament. As the bill is soon to be debated in the upper house, four survivors of conversion practices (Nicole, Percy, Aba, and Nathan) join Cal to share their stories and talk about why this bill needs to become law. At several points during the episode, the Brave Network is mentioned. The Brave Network is a support and advocacy group for LGBTIQ people of faith and allies. You can check them out online at: thebravenetwork.org You can also check out the SOGICE Statement online: socesurvivors.com.au - written by survivors of Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Change Efforts, and the LGBTQA+ Conversion movement. And finally, Nathan mentioned that everyone can look up who their upper house Members of Victorian Parliament are at vec.vic.gov.au Last month, Victoria's Change and Suppression (Conversion) Prohibition Bill banning conversion practices seeking to change a person’s sexual orientation and gender identity passed the lower house of the Victorian Parliament. Last month, Victoria's Change and Suppression (Conversion) Prohibition Bill banning conversion practices seeking to change a person’s sexual orientation and gender identity passed the lower house of the Victorian Parliament. As the bill is soon to be debated in the upper house, four survivors of conversion practices (Nicole, Percy, Aba, and Nathan) join Cal to share their stories and talk about why this bill needs to become law.

At several points during the episode, the Brave Network is mentioned. The Brave Network is a support and advocacy group for LGBTIQ people of faith and allies. You can check them out online at: thebravenetwork.org

You can also check out the SOGICE Statement online: socesurvivors.com.au - written by survivors of Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Change Efforts, and the LGBTQA+ Conversion movement.

And finally, Nathan mentioned that everyone can look up who their upper house Members of Victorian Parliament are at vec.vic.gov.au]]>
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New Year’s Resolutions – Getting Fit & Quitting Smoking https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/12/new-years-resolutions-getting-fit-quitting-smoking/ Thu, 31 Dec 2020 11:01:51 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=3012 As we close the book on 2020, Tex and Cal take a closer look at two of the health topics commonly at the centre of New Year's Resolutions - improving our physical fitness and quitting smoking. Movement coach Ian Blamey returns to the show to discuss setting goals and managing expectations when it comes to physical fitness as well as digging a bit deeper to think about the concepts of motivation and commitment. Later in the show Cal and Tex are joined by Dr Sarah White from Quit to discuss some of the strategies for quitting smoking, including considerations for our LGBTIQ communities. The Quitline can be reached on 13 78 48 or check out their website: www.quit.org.au Movement coach Ian Blamey can be reached via email: ian@ianblamey.com or via Facebook. At the end of show Tex and Cal also mentioned Northside Bizarre coming up on Saturday 6 February 2021. For more details, including how to support the event, head to: www.northsidebizarre.com As we close the book on 2020, Tex and Cal take a closer look at two of the health topics commonly at the centre of New Year's Resolutions - improving our physical fitness and quitting smoking. Movement coach Ian Blamey returns to the show to discuss se... As we close the book on 2020, Tex and Cal take a closer look at two of the health topics commonly at the centre of New Year's Resolutions - improving our physical fitness and quitting smoking. Movement coach Ian Blamey returns to the show to discuss setting goals and managing expectations when it comes to physical fitness as well as digging a bit deeper to think about the concepts of motivation and commitment.

Later in the show Cal and Tex are joined by Dr Sarah White from Quit to discuss some of the strategies for quitting smoking, including considerations for our LGBTIQ communities.

The Quitline can be reached on 13 78 48 or check out their website: www.quit.org.au

Movement coach Ian Blamey can be reached via email: ian@ianblamey.com or via Facebook.

At the end of show Tex and Cal also mentioned Northside Bizarre coming up on Saturday 6 February 2021. For more details, including how to support the event, head to: www.northsidebizarre.com]]>
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Stay Homo: Mental Health during & after COVID https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/12/stay-homo-mental-health-during-after-covid/ Thu, 24 Dec 2020 11:01:55 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2987 For this episode of Well, Well, Well, Jessie is joined by both Jono, the creative mastermind behind BARBA & Stay HOMO, as well as Chris Cheers, a psychologist and part of the BARBA family, to have a chat about the campaign and some practical tips to manage these unique times. BARBA is an all-inclusive, sex-positive queer collective run by queer people of colour (POC) and showcasing some of the finest queer talent from Australia and across the globe. BARBA aims to be bring people together by giving opportunities to LGBTQ+ people to party together, create art, express themselves and break free of societal constraints. The BARBA collective and followers are a diverse mix of LGBTQ+ individuals and POC, some of them who were born overseas, whether international students, migrants or refugees. BARBA has a strong brand identity and is seen as trusted influencer and community leaders in the Queer Artist and multicultural LGBTQ+ communities. When COVID hit, a lot of the members felt disconnected from their tight knit community. BARBA decided to create the campaign STAY HOMO to support their friends through the isolation of COVID with practical steps to manage their mental health, social health and overall wellbeing. Click here to check out the STAY HOMO campaign For this episode of Well, Well, Well, Jessie is joined by both Jono, the creative mastermind behind BARBA & Stay HOMO, as well as Chris Cheers, a psychologist and part of the BARBA family, to have a chat about the campaign and some practical tips to ma... For this episode of Well, Well, Well, Jessie is joined by both Jono, the creative mastermind behind BARBA & Stay HOMO, as well as Chris Cheers, a psychologist and part of the BARBA family, to have a chat about the campaign and some practical tips to manage these unique times.

BARBA is an all-inclusive, sex-positive queer collective run by queer people of colour (POC) and showcasing some of the finest queer talent from Australia and across the globe. BARBA aims to be bring people together by giving opportunities to LGBTQ+ people to party together, create art, express themselves and break free of societal constraints.

The BARBA collective and followers are a diverse mix of LGBTQ+ individuals and POC, some of them who were born overseas, whether international students, migrants or refugees. BARBA has a strong brand identity and is seen as trusted influencer and community leaders in the Queer Artist and multicultural LGBTQ+ communities.

When COVID hit, a lot of the members felt disconnected from their tight knit community. BARBA decided to create the campaign STAY HOMO to support their friends through the isolation of COVID with practical steps to manage their mental health, social health and overall wellbeing.

Click here to check out the STAY HOMO campaign]]>
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Alcohol, Drugs, and Social Isolation https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/12/alcohol-drugs-and-social-isolation/ Thu, 17 Dec 2020 12:01:50 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2996 Luis Villasmil via Unsplash Michael and Tex this week chat with Thorne Harbour Health's Alcohol and other Drug Team Leader Nic Robinson-Griffith about our alcohol and drug consumption over the past year, and how we can support one another in improving our health and wellbeing when it comes to substances. We discuss services to help folk manage their use, to check-in, and make our use safer.   Later Michael and Tex catch up about how to cope with social isolation over the holidays, something our community has become adept at over the tumultuous year of 2020.   For Thorne Harbour Health services head to: thorneharbour.org Rewired and Rewired 2.0 Admin Counselling    For support these holidays contact: Rainbow Door Lifeline  Luis Villasmil via Unsplash - Michael and Tex this week chat with Thorne Harbour Health's Alcohol and other Drug Team Leader Nic Robinson-Griffith about our alcohol and drug consumption over the past year,
Michael and Tex this week chat with Thorne Harbour Health's Alcohol and other Drug Team Leader Nic Robinson-Griffith about our alcohol and drug consumption over the past year, and how we can support one another in improving our health and wellbeing when it comes to substances. We discuss services to help folk manage their use, to check-in, and make our use safer.

 

Later Michael and Tex catch up about how to cope with social isolation over the holidays, something our community has become adept at over the tumultuous year of 2020.

 

For Thorne Harbour Health services head to:

thorneharbour.org

Rewired and Rewired 2.0

Admin

Counselling 

 

For support these holidays contact:

Rainbow Door

Lifeline ]]>
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Family Violence https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/12/family-violence-2/ Thu, 10 Dec 2020 11:01:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2984 Image attributed to Youssef Naddam via Unsplash Michael checks in with Thorne Harbour Health's Family Violence team worker Jesse to talk about how our community responds to intimate partner and family violence. 2020 has been a particularly stressful year for many and forced many of us into close quarters - not always in safe settings. We discuss what resources are available to support people experiencing or using family violence, and what techniques to utilise if you need to chat to a friend or family member. For support you can reach out to Rainbow Door 1800 729 367 Phone: 1800 729 367 Text: 0480 017 246 Email: support@rainbowdoor.org.au Switchboard/ QLife – 1800 184 527. Switchboard also offer Webchat 3PM-12AM everyday www.switchboard.org.au, Switchboard is staffed by volunteer counsellors and peers who can direct you to the right supports. Thorne Harbour Health – (03) 9865 6700 We provide counselling services to LGBTI communities and we also run the ReVisioning Men’s Behaviour Change Program that offers a group-based program to same-sex and same-gender attracted men who use violence. Referrals into ReVisioning can also be made via revisioning@thorneharbour.org. Drummond Street Services - (03) 9663 6733 9AM-5PM, this service provides a variety of counselling services options to the LGBTIQ community. ds.org.au Men’s Referral Service –1300 766 491 From 9.00am -9.00pm, for men who are using relationship or family violence. Men’s Referral Service also provides ‘Live chat.' The Police - Call 000 The LGBTIQ Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officers (GLLO) are also a valuable resource to aid in supporting you to interact with mainstream police support should you feel uncertain about having direct contact with police; if you contact police ask to speak to a GLLO if possible.   Contact your MP to help end conversion practices in Victoria https://equalityaustralia.org.au/endconversionvic/ Image attributed to Youssef Naddam via Unsplash - Michael checks in with Thorne Harbour Health's Family Violence team worker Jesse to talk about how our community responds to intimate partner and family violence.
Michael checks in with Thorne Harbour Health's Family Violence team worker Jesse to talk about how our community responds to intimate partner and family violence. 2020 has been a particularly stressful year for many and forced many of us into close quarters - not always in safe settings.

We discuss what resources are available to support people experiencing or using family violence, and what techniques to utilise if you need to chat to a friend or family member.

For support you can reach out to

Rainbow Door 1800 729 367

Phone: 1800 729 367
Text: 0480 017 246
Email: support@rainbowdoor.org.au

Switchboard/ QLife – 1800 184 527. Switchboard also offer Webchat 3PM-12AM everyday www.switchboard.org.au, Switchboard is staffed by volunteer counsellors and peers who can direct you to the right supports.

Thorne Harbour Health – (03) 9865 6700
We provide counselling services to LGBTI communities and we also run the ReVisioning Men’s Behaviour Change Program that offers a group-based program to same-sex and same-gender attracted men who use violence. Referrals into ReVisioning can also be made via revisioning@thorneharbour.org.

Drummond Street Services - (03) 9663 6733
9AM-5PM, this service provides a variety of counselling services options to the LGBTIQ community. ds.org.au

Men’s Referral Service –1300 766 491
From 9.00am -9.00pm, for men who are using relationship or family violence. Men’s Referral Service also provides ‘Live chat.'

The Police - Call 000

The LGBTIQ Gay and Lesbian Liaison Officers (GLLO) are also a valuable resource to aid in supporting you to interact with mainstream police support should you feel uncertain about having direct contact with police; if you contact police ask to speak to a GLLO if possible.

 

Contact your MP to help end conversion practices in Victoria

https://equalityaustralia.org.au/endconversionvic/]]>
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International Day of People with Disability https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/12/international-day-of-people-with-disability/ Thu, 03 Dec 2020 11:01:01 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2973 Observed on 3 December, the International Day of People with Disability is a chance to have an important discussion about the individuals in our communities living with disabilities and how we can collectively take action. Joining Cal and Tex for this episode are Ruby Mountford (from JOY's Triple BiPass and pictured left) as well as longstanding community advocate Greg Axtens. Plus, Margherita Coppolino from the National Ethnic Disability Alliance and systemic advocate Giancarlo de Vera join in on the conversation. During the episode a couple different websites and resources are mentioned including:  The National Ethnic Disability Alliance: http://neda.org.au/ ACON’s Queer Ability Toolkit – for LGBTIQA+ people with disability looking to access the NDIS: http://www.acon.org.au/who-we-are-here-for/people-with-disability/ Out for Australia 30 Under 30 Awards: https://www.outforaustralia.org/30-under-30-2020 General website: https://www.outforaustralia.org/ Australian GLBTI Multicultural Council (AGMC): https://www.agmc.org.au/ People with Disability Australia General website: https://pwd.org.au/ #MakeItSafeToSpeak campaign to ensure confidentiality in the Disability Royal Commission : https://dpoa.org.au/safetospeak/   Observed on 3 December, the International Day of People with Disability is a chance to have an important discussion about the individuals in our communities living with disabilities and how we can collectively take action. Observed on 3 December, the International Day of People with Disability is a chance to have an important discussion about the individuals in our communities living with disabilities and how we can collectively take action. Joining Cal and Tex for this episode are Ruby Mountford (from JOY's Triple BiPass and pictured left) as well as longstanding community advocate Greg Axtens. Plus, Margherita Coppolino from the National Ethnic Disability Alliance and systemic advocate Giancarlo de Vera join in on the conversation.

During the episode a couple different websites and resources are mentioned including:

*  The National Ethnic Disability Alliance: http://neda.org.au/
* ACON’s Queer Ability Toolkit – for LGBTIQA+ people with disability looking to access the NDIS: http://www.acon.org.au/who-we-are-here-for/people-with-disability/
* Out for Australia

* 30 Under 30 Awards: https://www.outforaustralia.org/30-under-30-2020
* General website: https://www.outforaustralia.org/


* Australian GLBTI Multicultural Council (AGMC): https://www.agmc.org.au/
* People with Disability Australia

* General website: https://pwd.org.au/
* #MakeItSafeToSpeak campaign to ensure confidentiality in the Disability Royal Commission : https://dpoa.org.au/safetospeak/



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Honouring People Living with HIV (PLHIV) https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/11/honouring-people-living-with-hiv-plhiv/ Fri, 27 Nov 2020 09:11:23 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2962 AIDS Memorial Quilt & Food Relief Packs for PLHIV         Skye Bartlett personally saw to bringing light to the AIDS Memorial Quilt for South Australia once again. Join us as we talk about how the quilt originated at the beginning of the AIDS pandemic and the sentiment behind it. For more information about the quilt or if you wanted to make a contribution, get in touch with Skye via SAMESH (South Australia Mobilisation & Empowerment for Sexual Health). Daniel also joins us to chat about the food relief packs that were provided for people living with HIV, especially during a very trying time this year, as part of the community pantry. For some delicious and nutritious recipes, check out the SASHA website, or get in touch via SAMESH website or Facebook page.         AIDS Memorial Quilt & Food Relief Packs for PLHIV   -   -   -   - Skye Bartlett personally saw to bringing light to the AIDS Memorial Quilt for South Australia once again. Join us as we talk about how the quilt originated at the beginning ...



 

 

 

 

Skye Bartlett personally saw to bringing light to the AIDS Memorial Quilt for South Australia once again. Join us as we talk about how the quilt originated at the beginning of the AIDS pandemic and the sentiment behind it.

For more information about the quilt or if you wanted to make a contribution, get in touch with Skye via SAMESH (South Australia Mobilisation & Empowerment for Sexual Health).

Daniel also joins us to chat about the food relief packs that were provided for people living with HIV, especially during a very trying time this year, as part of the community pantry.

For some delicious and nutritious recipes, check out the SASHA website, or get in touch via SAMESH website or Facebook page.



 

 

 

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Transgender Awareness & STI Testing Week https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/11/transgender-awareness-sti-testing-week/ Mon, 23 Nov 2020 04:44:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2953 Transgender  Awareness  Week  runs  from  13th  - 19th of November and it is when allies and organisations come together to help raise awareness and increase visibility about transgender people and issues their community faces. On the 20th of November it is Transgender Day of Remembrance, founded by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, originally to honour Rita Hester, a trans woman of colour who was killed in 1998 due to anti-transgender violence, like many before her. On this day we honour all transgender people we have lost of have been subject to anti-transgender violence. Miss Katalyna who is one of the founders of Trans Pride March and proud member of Pacifique X, joins us on the show to share her perspective and talk about the events of the week. As it is also concurrently STI Testing Week, we are joined by Dr. Jason Ong, a researcher and clinician from Melbourne Sexual Health Centre who chats about the state of STIs within the community and testing rates in relation to transgender people. Jason also shares with us some of the key learnings that came out of the "Diversifying Genders" symposium at this years' ASHM Conference chaired by Teddy Cook (ACON) and Christy Newman (CSRH).   Resources Useful legal and health information for trans people: Trans Hub  To download key learnings of Diversifying Genders from the ASHM Conference, click here. Check your symptoms and find out what kind of test you might need: Stay STI Free For more information about STIs, check out: Drama Down Under Transgender  Awareness  Week  runs  from  13th  - 19th of November and it is when allies and organisations come together to help raise awareness and increase visibility about transgender people and issues their community faces.

Transgender  Awareness  Week  runs  from  13th  - 19th of November and it is when allies and organisations come together to help raise awareness and increase visibility about transgender people and issues their community faces. On the 20th of November it is Transgender Day of Remembrance, founded by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, originally to honour Rita Hester, a trans woman of colour who was killed in 1998 due to anti-transgender violence, like many before her. On this day we honour all transgender people we have lost of have been subject to anti-transgender violence. Miss Katalyna who is one of the founders of Trans Pride March and proud member of Pacifique X, joins us on the show to share her perspective and talk about the events of the week.

As it is also concurrently STI Testing Week, we are joined by Dr. Jason Ong, a researcher and clinician from Melbourne Sexual Health Centre who chats about the state of STIs within the community and testing rates in relation to transgender people. Jason also shares with us some of the key learnings that came out of the "Diversifying Genders" symposium at this years' ASHM Conference chaired by Teddy Cook (ACON) and Christy Newman (CSRH).

 

Resources

Useful legal and health information for trans people: Trans Hub 

To download key learnings of Diversifying Genders from the ASHM Conference, click here.

Check your symptoms and find out what kind of test you might need: Stay STI Free

For more information about STIs, check out: Drama Down Under]]>
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Trust in Digital Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/11/trust-in-digital-health/ Thu, 12 Nov 2020 11:01:44 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2948 This week Cal and Tex are joined by Christy Newman and Anthony K J Smith from the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW about their recent study findings - Understanding trust in digital health among communities affected by BBVs and STIs in Australia. To read the full report and to find out how to connect with the Associate Professor Christy Newman - head to: www.trustindigitalhealth.org.au. This week Cal and Tex are joined by Christy Newman and Anthony K J Smith from the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW about their recent study findings - Understanding trust in digital health among communities affected by BBVs and STIs in Aust... This week Cal and Tex are joined by Christy Newman and Anthony K J Smith from the Centre for Social Research in Health at UNSW about their recent study findings - Understanding trust in digital health among communities affected by BBVs and STIs in Australia.

To read the full report and to find out how to connect with the Associate Professor Christy Newman - head to: www.trustindigitalhealth.org.au.]]>
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NAIDOC Week https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/11/naidoc-week-3/ Thu, 05 Nov 2020 11:01:04 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2941 Postponed from July due to COVID-19, NAIDOC Week 2020 is being held from 8-15 November 2020. For this week's episode, Tex returns to the show and joins Cal to talk to Peter Waples-Crowe. Peter is a Ngarigo artist and community health worker with Thorne Harbour Health's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Project. Peter talks about how NAIDOC came about and some of the events planned for this year's line-up. Then Carleen Miller and Natalie Tieri from the Royal Eye and Ear Hospital to talk about supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the hospital's Mirring Ba Wirring service as well as some of the health issues faced by our First Nations communities. For more information about NAIDOC 2020, check out the Victorian NAIDOC website: vicnaidoc.com.au or the national NAIDOC website: www.naidoc.org.au Postponed from July due to COVID-19, NAIDOC Week 2020 is being held from 8-15 November 2020. For this week's episode, Tex returns to the show and joins Cal to talk to Peter Waples-Crowe. Peter is a Ngarigo artist and community health worker with Thorne... Postponed from July due to COVID-19, NAIDOC Week 2020 is being held from 8-15 November 2020. For this week's episode, Tex returns to the show and joins Cal to talk to Peter Waples-Crowe. Peter is a Ngarigo artist and community health worker with Thorne Harbour Health's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Project. Peter talks about how NAIDOC came about and some of the events planned for this year's line-up.

Then Carleen Miller and Natalie Tieri from the Royal Eye and Ear Hospital to talk about supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through the hospital's Mirring Ba Wirring service as well as some of the health issues faced by our First Nations communities.

For more information about NAIDOC 2020, check out the Victorian NAIDOC website: vicnaidoc.com.au or the national NAIDOC website: www.naidoc.org.au]]>
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Gay Asian Proud https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/10/gayasianproud/ Thu, 29 Oct 2020 11:01:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2924 Coordinators of Gay Asian Proud (GAP) James & Amirul join Jessie on air to discuss some of their personal experiences around moving to Australia. They share with us about some of the challenges that came with being an International Student or newly arrived migrant and how they overcame them in order to maintain emotional and mental well-being. Gay Asian Proud is a social support group for same-sex attracted men, including trans men, from Asian backgrounds. To find out more about GAP, visit thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/multicultural-health/ To join their mailing list and to stay up to date with their events and get involved, please email gap@thorneharbour.org   Coordinators of Gay Asian Proud (GAP) James & Amirul join Jessie on air to discuss some of their personal experiences around moving to Australia. They share with us about some of the challenges that came with being an International Student or newly arr...

Coordinators of Gay Asian Proud (GAP) James & Amirul join Jessie on air to discuss some of their personal experiences around moving to Australia. They share with us about some of the challenges that came with being an International Student or newly arrived migrant and how they overcame them in order to maintain emotional and mental well-being.

Gay Asian Proud is a social support group for same-sex attracted men, including trans men, from Asian backgrounds.

To find out more about GAP, visit thorneharbour.org/lgbti-health/multicultural-health/

To join their mailing list and to stay up to date with their events and get involved, please email gap@thorneharbour.org

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Intersex Awareness https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/10/intersex-awareness/ Thu, 22 Oct 2020 11:01:38 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2916 Image from intersexday.org Ahead of Intersex Awareness Day Michael and Cal dial in with Tony Briffa, Councillor for Hobsons Bay and Intersex advocate. We discuss Tony's pioneering role as an out and proud intersex person on city council and former mayor.  We discuss the primary health and social inequities faced by intersex people, and where intersex folk fit amongst the rest of the LGBTQ communities. Intersex Human Rights Australia - https://ihra.org.au Intersex Peer Support Australia - https://isupport.org.au Intersex Awareness Day - https://intersexday.org/   Image from intersexday.org - Ahead of Intersex Awareness Day Michael and Cal dial in with Tony Briffa, Councillor for Hobsons Bay and Intersex advocate. We discuss Tony's pioneering role as an out and proud intersex person on city council and former m...
Ahead of Intersex Awareness Day Michael and Cal dial in with Tony Briffa, Councillor for Hobsons Bay and Intersex advocate. We discuss Tony's pioneering role as an out and proud intersex person on city council and former mayor.  We discuss the primary health and social inequities faced by intersex people, and where intersex folk fit amongst the rest of the LGBTQ communities.

Intersex Human Rights Australia - https://ihra.org.au

Intersex Peer Support Australia - https://isupport.org.au

Intersex Awareness Day - https://intersexday.org/

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Thorne Harbour President Chad Hughes & GiveOUT Day 2020 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/10/thorne-harbour-president-chad-hughes-giveout-day-2020/ Thu, 15 Oct 2020 11:01:46 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2912 Started in 1983 as the first HIV/AIDS community organisation in Australia, Thorne Harbour Health is now one of the largest LGBTI health organisations in Australia. While the organisation is drawing closer to four decades in its history, the shift in the organisation has been significant in recent years. Chad Hughes is the President of Thorne Harbour Health and he’s been at the helm during some of these massive changes. As he nears his 6-year term limit on the Board, Chad sits down with Cal Hawk to discuss what’s it’s been like in that leadership role. Chad discusses the challenges in governance, rebranding, and addressing the needs of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women as well as the importance of community elders like the late Jim Hyde and Tony Maynard. And later on in the show, Neil Pharaoh joins the show as the Director of GiveOUT Day in Australia. On Friday 16 October, the online initiative is helping nearly seventy LGBTIQ organisations, groups, and projects get much needed funds in a year that has hit us all pretty hard. Started in 1983 as the first HIV/AIDS community organisation in Australia, Thorne Harbour Health is now one of the largest LGBTI health organisations in Australia. While the organisation is drawing closer to four decades in its history, Started in 1983 as the first HIV/AIDS community organisation in Australia, Thorne Harbour Health is now one of the largest LGBTI health organisations in Australia. While the organisation is drawing closer to four decades in its history, the shift in the organisation has been significant in recent years. Chad Hughes is the President of Thorne Harbour Health and he’s been at the helm during some of these massive changes.
As he nears his 6-year term limit on the Board, Chad sits down with Cal Hawk to discuss what’s it’s been like in that leadership role. Chad discusses the challenges in governance, rebranding, and addressing the needs of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women as well as the importance of community elders like the late Jim Hyde and Tony Maynard.
And later on in the show, Neil Pharaoh joins the show as the Director of GiveOUT Day in Australia. On Friday 16 October, the online initiative is helping nearly seventy LGBTIQ organisations, groups, and projects get much needed funds in a year that has hit us all pretty hard.]]>
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Breast Cancer https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/10/breast-cancer/ Thu, 08 Oct 2020 11:01:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2907 October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Plus, October 8th marks International Lesbian Day.  So for this episode of Well, Well, Well Cal Hawk is joined by Tracey Tobias. As a lesbian woman, Tracey shares her personal story about breast cancer. Whether or not you’re at risk of breast cancers, Tracey story offers insight that is really applicable to anyone at risk of any cancers. During the episode, Tracey mentions the Breast Cancer Awareness Network Australia. She also mentioned the work of Kelly Turner who's book Radical Remission about cancer survivors who have beat the odds. October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Plus, October 8th marks International Lesbian Day.  So for this episode of Well, Well, Well Cal Hawk is joined by Tracey Tobias. As a lesbian woman, Tracey shares her personal story about breast cancer. October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Plus, October 8th marks International Lesbian Day.  So for this episode of Well, Well, Well Cal Hawk is joined by Tracey Tobias. As a lesbian woman, Tracey shares her personal story about breast cancer. Whether or not you’re at risk of breast cancers, Tracey story offers insight that is really applicable to anyone at risk of any cancers.
During the episode, Tracey mentions the Breast Cancer Awareness Network Australia. She also mentioned the work of Kelly Turner who's book Radical Remission about cancer survivors who have beat the odds.]]>
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Rainbow Door https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/10/rainbow-door/ Thu, 01 Oct 2020 12:01:35 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2901 Photo by Melissa van Gough on Unsplash This week Michael and Cal are joined by Switchboard CEO Joe Ball to discuss the launch of Rainbow Door - a new specialist LGBTIQA+ helpline providing information, support, and referral to all LGBTIQA+ Victorians, their friends and family during and after COVID 19. We discuss how LGBTIQA+ folks reach out for help during uncertain COVID times.   Rainbow Door is available from 10am-6pm daily via: Phone: 1800 729 367 Text: 0480 017 246 Email: support@rainbowdoor.org.au Photo by Melissa van Gough on Unsplash - This week Michael and Cal are joined by Switchboard CEO Joe Ball to discuss the launch of Rainbow Door - a new specialist LGBTIQA+ helpline providing information, support, Photo by Melissa van Gough on Unsplash

This week Michael and Cal are joined by Switchboard CEO Joe Ball to discuss the launch of Rainbow Door - a new specialist LGBTIQA+ helpline providing information, support, and referral to all LGBTIQA+ Victorians, their friends and family during and after COVID 19.

We discuss how LGBTIQA+ folks reach out for help during uncertain COVID times.

 

Rainbow Door is available from 10am-6pm daily via:

Phone: 1800 729 367

Text: 0480 017 246

Email: support@rainbowdoor.org.au]]>
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TGD Support and Hotel Quarantine https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/09/tgd-support-and-hotel-quarantine/ Thu, 24 Sep 2020 12:01:01 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2897 Photo by Shane on Unsplash This week, Cal catches up with some rainbow community members to share their experiences and hurdles in the hotel quarantining system. Later, Michael and Cal sit down with Son Vivienne to discuss the new Pace and Novus workshops for trans men and trans women (respectively) at Thorne Harbour Health. we also look forward to the next event in the Transcripts webinar series.     Missed anything? Pace and Novus workshops Thorne Harbour Health's Transcripts series Transgender Victoria  Photo by Shane on Unsplash - This week, Cal catches up with some rainbow community members to share their experiences and hurdles in the hotel quarantining system. Later, Michael and Cal sit down with Son Vivienne to discuss the new Pace and Novus wor... Photo by Shane on Unsplash

This week, Cal catches up with some rainbow community members to share their experiences and hurdles in the hotel quarantining system. Later, Michael and Cal sit down with Son Vivienne to discuss the new Pace and Novus workshops for trans men and trans women (respectively) at Thorne Harbour Health. we also look forward to the next event in the Transcripts webinar series.

 

 

Missed anything?

Pace and Novus workshops

Thorne Harbour Health's Transcripts series

Transgender Victoria ]]>
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Stand Bi Us https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/09/stand-bi-us/ Thu, 17 Sep 2020 12:01:20 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2892  Anthony Lekkas and Misty Farquhar join us to talk about all things multi-gender attraction in the lead up to Bi+ Visibility Day and the Stand Bi Us conference. At Stand Bi Us, held 18-27 September, Bi+ organisations across Australia and New Zealand come together to reflect on the progress made since Bi+ Visibility Day began in 1999 and to celebrate the fabulous, diverse and awesomely talented bicons that make up the international community.     More info from this week's episode: Stand Bi Us - standbius.com  Bi+ Visibility Day - bivisibilityday.com      Anthony Lekkas and Misty Farquhar join us to talk about all things multi-gender attraction in the lead up to Bi+ Visibility Day and the Stand Bi Us conference. At Stand Bi Us, held 18-27 September, Bi+ organisations across Australia and New Zealand co... Stand Bi Us conference. At Stand Bi Us, held 18-27 September, Bi+ organisations across Australia and New Zealand come together to reflect on the progress made since Bi+ Visibility Day began in 1999 and to celebrate the fabulous, diverse and awesomely talented bicons that make up the international community.

 

 

More info from this week's episode:

Stand Bi Us - standbius.com 

Bi+ Visibility Day - bivisibilityday.com

 

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Lockdown Update https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/09/lockdown-update/ Thu, 10 Sep 2020 12:01:43 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2885 Photo by Cassiano Psomas on Unsplash Michael and Cal catch up with Thorne Harbour Health CEO to unpack what Victoria's new roadmap out of restrictions looks like for our LGBTI communities. Later Joseph Tesoriero from Prepped Smart and Healthy discuss their milestone $1 million donations to support PrEP users to access affordable medication. Thorne Harbour's community events online at thorneharbour.org/calendar  Down an' Dirty LIVE events for kink and fetish communities (18+)  at downandirty.org Rainbow Connections Prepped Smart and Healthy Health Smart Pharmacies  Can't listen? Grab the transcript for this show  Photo by Cassiano Psomas on Unsplash - Michael and Cal catch up with Thorne Harbour Health CEO to unpack what Victoria's new roadmap out of restrictions looks like for our LGBTI communities. Later Joseph Tesoriero from Prepped Smart and Healthy discus... Photo by Cassiano Psomas on Unsplash

Michael and Cal catch up with Thorne Harbour Health CEO to unpack what Victoria's new roadmap out of restrictions looks like for our LGBTI communities. Later Joseph Tesoriero from Prepped Smart and Healthy discuss their milestone $1 million donations to support PrEP users to access affordable medication.

Thorne Harbour's community events online at thorneharbour.org/calendar 

Down an' Dirty LIVE events for kink and fetish communities (18+)  at downandirty.org

Rainbow Connections

Prepped Smart and Healthy

Health Smart Pharmacies 

Can't listen? Grab the transcript for this show ]]>
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The Bent Spoon https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/09/the-bent-spoon/ Thu, 03 Sep 2020 12:00:24 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2875 Miss Katalyna and Esh cooking together during the filming of episode 5 of The Bent Spoon This week was the premiere of Thorne Harbour Health's new web series - The Bent Spoon. Jessie returns to co-host with Cal and discuss this exciting new series showcasing the diverse cuisines and personal stories of LGBTI community members. Miss Katalyna joins the conversation to talk about coming on board as the host of The Bent Spoon. Later, two of the show's cooks, Esh and Babu, talk about their stories and the intersection of food and identity with health and wellbring.For more information on the series, including the latest episode, head to: thorneharbour.org/thebentspoon Miss Katalyna and Esh cooking together during the filming of episode 5 of The Bent Spoon - This week was the premiere of Thorne Harbour Health's new web series - The Bent Spoon. Jessie returns to co-host with Cal and discuss this exciting new series s... Miss Katalyna and Esh cooking together during the filming of episode 5 of The Bent Spoon

This week was the premiere of Thorne Harbour Health's new web series - The Bent Spoon. Jessie returns to co-host with Cal and discuss this exciting new series showcasing the diverse cuisines and personal stories of LGBTI community members. Miss Katalyna joins the conversation to talk about coming on board as the host of The Bent Spoon. Later, two of the show's cooks, Esh and Babu, talk about their stories and the intersection of food and identity with health and wellbring.For more information on the series, including the latest episode, head to: thorneharbour.org/thebentspoon]]>
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Stigma https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/08/stigma/ Fri, 28 Aug 2020 01:26:28 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2868 Cal is joined by HIV advocate Bill O'Loughlin to discusses the stigma experienced by people living with HIV, and how those experiences may be applicable to the coronavirus pandemic. Later Cal is joined by SJ Finn founder of International Overdose Awareness Day to talk about the formation of the day, and some of the goals and challenges to addressing and responding to overdose on a local and global scale. Find  digital resources for Overdose Awareness Day at www.overdoseday.com/downloadable-resources/   This show originally aired Thursday 27th August 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Cal is joined by HIV advocate Bill O'Loughlin to discusses the stigma experienced by people living with HIV, and how those experiences may be applicable to the coronavirus pandemic. - Later Cal is joined by SJ Finn founder of International Overdose Aw... Cal is joined by HIV advocate Bill O'Loughlin to discusses the stigma experienced by people living with HIV, and how those experiences may be applicable to the coronavirus pandemic.

Later Cal is joined by SJ Finn founder of International Overdose Awareness Day to talk about the formation of the day, and some of the goals and challenges to addressing and responding to overdose on a local and global scale.

Find  digital resources for Overdose Awareness Day at www.overdoseday.com/downloadable-resources/

 



This show originally aired Thursday 27th August 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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SAMESH – Supporting Communities in South Australia https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/08/samesh-supporting-communities-in-south-australia/ Thu, 20 Aug 2020 12:00:55 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2863 This week Cal talks to Skye Bartlett, Team Manager of SAMESH - South Australian Mobilisation & Empowerment for Sexual Health. SAMESH is celebrating five years of supporting South Australia's LGBTIQ communities and people living with HIV. For more information on SAMESH, check out their website: samesh.org.au During the episode, Cal also mentioned the COVID-19 Rainbow Connection service offered by Thorne Harbour Health. It offers peer support, food support, and assistance with housing security. Rainbow Connection is available to any LGBTI Victorians isolated or impacted by COVID-19. You can contact Rainbow Connection on 1800 961 780 (9am-5pm Monday to Friday) or via email: rainbowconnection@thorneharbour.org This week Cal talks to Skye Bartlett, Team Manager of SAMESH - South Australian Mobilisation & Empowerment for Sexual Health. SAMESH is celebrating five years of supporting South Australia's LGBTIQ communities and people living with HIV. This week Cal talks to Skye Bartlett, Team Manager of SAMESH - South Australian Mobilisation & Empowerment for Sexual Health. SAMESH is celebrating five years of supporting South Australia's LGBTIQ communities and people living with HIV. For more information on SAMESH, check out their website: samesh.org.au

During the episode, Cal also mentioned the COVID-19 Rainbow Connection service offered by Thorne Harbour Health. It offers peer support, food support, and assistance with housing security. Rainbow Connection is available to any LGBTI Victorians isolated or impacted by COVID-19.

You can contact Rainbow Connection on 1800 961 780 (9am-5pm Monday to Friday) or via email: rainbowconnection@thorneharbour.org]]>
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Transcripts https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/08/transcripts/ Thu, 13 Aug 2020 12:01:15 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2858  This week Well Well Well is brought to you by the work of TGD Wellbeing - Project Officer at Thorne Harbour Son Vivienne. Son leads Thorne Harbour Health's online Transcripts series featuring experts and community stakeholders in trans, gender diverse & non-binary wellbeing. They'll come together to discuss the status quo in medical treatments, peer-support and best practice in the state of Victoria and beyond, hosted by Thorne Harbour Health Unfortunately, we have not been able to bring you the entire Transcripts series in this episode due to the length of our program, and the visual nature of some of the presentations - so to view the entire Transcripts presentation hosted by TGD Wellbeing - Project Officer at Thorne Harbour Son Vivienne. Head to thorneharbour.org/calendar to find when Transcripts will be next presented live where you can engage directly with the subject matter at hand.  Thank you to Son and the presenters for making this recording available to us for Well Well Well. Check out the entire presentation online    This week Well Well Well is brought to you by the work of TGD Wellbeing - Project Officer at Thorne Harbour Son Vivienne. Son leads Thorne Harbour Health's online Transcripts series featuring experts and community stakeholders in trans,  This week Well Well Well is brought to you by the work of TGD Wellbeing - Project Officer at Thorne Harbour Son Vivienne. Son leads Thorne Harbour Health's online Transcripts series featuring experts and community stakeholders in trans, gender diverse & non-binary wellbeing. They'll come together to discuss the status quo in medical treatments, peer-support and best practice in the state of Victoria and beyond, hosted by Thorne Harbour Health

Unfortunately, we have not been able to bring you the entire Transcripts series in this episode due to the length of our program, and the visual nature of some of the presentations - so to view the entire Transcripts presentation hosted by TGD Wellbeing - Project Officer at Thorne Harbour Son Vivienne. Head to thorneharbour.org/calendar to find when Transcripts will be next presented live where you can engage directly with the subject matter at hand. 

Thank you to Son and the presenters for making this recording available to us for Well Well Well.

Check out the entire presentation online

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Lockdown Legal & Trans Drug and Alcohol peer support https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/08/trans-aod-lockdown-legal/ Thu, 06 Aug 2020 12:01:02 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2854  Michael and Cal chat with Paul Kidd from Fitzroy Legal Service about our rights and responsibilities as Melbourne and Mitchell Shires enter Stage 4. We bust some myths about our rights when wearing masks, and where to get a legal leg-up if you find yourself engaging with police or fines. Later, we catch up with Elliot to talk about ADMIN - a new Thorne Harbour Health peer support group for transgender, non-binary and gender diverse people looking to better manage their alcohol and other drug use. Contact Fitzroy Legal Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm 0434 136 501 or; enquiries@fls.org.au The joint legal advice website covidpolicing.org.au   ADMIN Call to register on 9865 6700    Michael and Cal chat with Paul Kidd from Fitzroy Legal Service about our rights and responsibilities as Melbourne and Mitchell Shires enter Stage 4. We bust some myths about our rights when wearing masks, and where to get a legal leg-up if you find yo...  Michael and Cal chat with Paul Kidd from Fitzroy Legal Service about our rights and responsibilities as Melbourne and Mitchell Shires enter Stage 4. We bust some myths about our rights when wearing masks, and where to get a legal leg-up if you find yourself engaging with police or fines.

Later, we catch up with Elliot to talk about ADMIN - a new Thorne Harbour Health peer support group for transgender, non-binary and gender diverse people looking to better manage their alcohol and other drug use.

Contact Fitzroy Legal

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm 0434 136 501
or; enquiries@fls.org.au

The joint legal advice website covidpolicing.org.au

 

ADMIN

Call to register on 9865 6700

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Sexually Adventurous Women https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/07/sexually-adventurous-women/ Thu, 30 Jul 2020 12:01:44 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2848 Michael and Cal are joined by special guest host Rachel, Women's Project Lead at Thorne Harbour to help navigate the world of sexually adventurous women's communities and health needs. We are joined on the phone first by Viv McGregor Digital Engagement & LGBTI Health / Coordinator Check OUT: LGBTIQ+ Sexual Health Clinic at ACON to talk kinky women and their health. Later, Pepper Pop from Eagle Leather joins us to discuss how the store creates a unique space for queer and non-queer women to access kink and fetish gear, and also tips and tricks for keeping their kink safe! Check OUT Eagle Leather Women's Health @ Thorne Harbour Michael and Cal are joined by special guest host Rachel, Women's Project Lead at Thorne Harbour to help navigate the world of sexually adventurous women's communities and health needs. We are joined on the phone first by Viv McGregor Digital Engagement... Michael and Cal are joined by special guest host Rachel, Women's Project Lead at Thorne Harbour to help navigate the world of sexually adventurous women's communities and health needs. We are joined on the phone first by Viv McGregor Digital Engagement & LGBTI Health / Coordinator Check OUT: LGBTIQ+ Sexual Health Clinic at ACON to talk kinky women and their health.

Later, Pepper Pop from Eagle Leather joins us to discuss how the store creates a unique space for queer and non-queer women to access kink and fetish gear, and also tips and tricks for keeping their kink safe!

Check OUT

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Men in Flux and Mask Requirements https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/07/men-in-flux-and-mask-requirements/ Thu, 23 Jul 2020 12:01:48 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2841  Michael and Cal unpack what the news mask requirements for Melbourne and Mitchell Shire mean for our community, and how to make your own mask whether you have a sewing machine, needle and thread, or neither! We later catch up with Associate Professor Garret Prestage, HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program at the Kirby Institute about the FLUX study - and how the study normally focusing on gay and bisexual men's relationship with substances and sex has pivoted to include COVID-19. thorneharbour.org/facemasks flux.org.au    Michael and Cal unpack what the news mask requirements for Melbourne and Mitchell Shire mean for our community, and how to make your own mask whether you have a sewing machine, needle and thread, or neither! -
We later catch up with Associate Professor Garret Prestage, HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program at the Kirby Institute about the FLUX study - and how the study normally focusing on gay and bisexual men's relationship with substances and sex has pivoted to include COVID-19.

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AIDS 2020 Part 2 and Masks https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/07/aids-2020-part-2/ Thu, 23 Jul 2020 04:51:21 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2845  Michael and Cal follow up on the remainder of the AIDS 2020 virtual conference and discuss the recommendation for mask-wearing in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. *This information and recommendation has now been updated to enforce mandatory masks in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. Check out the following week's episode.  Michael and Cal follow up on the remainder of the AIDS 2020 virtual conference and discuss the recommendation for mask-wearing in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. - *This information and recommendation has now been updated to enforce mandatory masks in ...  Michael and Cal follow up on the remainder of the AIDS 2020 virtual conference and discuss the recommendation for mask-wearing in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire.

*This information and recommendation has now been updated to enforce mandatory masks in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. Check out the following week's episode.]]>
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Stealth Health and Pausing PrEP at AIDS 2020 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/07/aids-2020-1/ Wed, 08 Jul 2020 12:01:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2836  This week Cal is joined by special guest host, Chris Williams from Thorne Harbour Health and ACON's Emen8 Project and co-founder of PrEP'D For Change.  First, Cal and Chris speak with Dr Dean Murphy, Research Fellow with UNSW's Kirby Institute + Alfred Health about his poster presentation Anticipated and actual experiences of discontinuing PrEP reflect the ‘imagined futures’ and everyday concerns of gay and bisexual men, rather than HIV risk: Implications for service provision and health promotion. Later Cal speaks with Chris about his poster presentation for the virtual conference, Stealth health promotion: the benefits of ‘undercover’ HIV and sexual health education through digital communication innovation.  More on Emen8 emen8.com.au    This week Cal is joined by special guest host, Chris Williams from Thorne Harbour Health and ACON's Emen8 Project and co-founder of PrEP'D For Change.  - First, Cal and Chris speak with Dr Dean Murphy, Research Fellow with UNSW's Kirby Institute + Al...  This week Cal is joined by special guest host, Chris Williams from Thorne Harbour Health and ACON's Emen8 Project and co-founder of PrEP'D For Change. 

First, Cal and Chris speak with Dr Dean Murphy, Research Fellow with UNSW's Kirby Institute + Alfred Health about his poster presentation Anticipated and actual experiences of discontinuing PrEP reflect the ‘imagined futures’ and everyday concerns of gay and bisexual men, rather than HIV risk: Implications for service provision and health promotion.

Later Cal speaks with Chris about his poster presentation for the virtual conference, Stealth health promotion: the benefits of ‘undercover’ HIV and sexual health education through digital communication innovation. 

More on Emen8

emen8.com.au

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Movement and Relationships https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/07/movement-and-relationships/ Thu, 02 Jul 2020 12:01:40 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2827 Photo by Scott Broome on Unsplash Following on from last weeks back and neck pain show, Michael and Cal catch up with movement coach Ian Blamey in supporting our physical health and wellbeing. We also sit down with Roz Bellamy from Archer Magazine and ARCSHS about the upcoming Are We Still Connected? online relationships workshop being hosted by Thorne Harbour Health Thursday 9 July from 7pm.   This show originally aired Thursday 2nd July 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services   Photo by Scott Broome on Unsplash - Following on from last weeks back and neck pain show, Michael and Cal catch up with movement coach Ian Blamey in supporting our physical health and wellbeing. - We also sit down with Roz Bellamy from Archer Magazin... Photo by Scott Broome on Unsplash

Following on from last weeks back and neck pain show, Michael and Cal catch up with movement coach Ian Blamey in supporting our physical health and wellbeing.

We also sit down with Roz Bellamy from Archer Magazine and ARCSHS about the upcoming Are We Still Connected? online relationships workshop being hosted by Thorne Harbour Health Thursday 9 July from 7pm.

 



This show originally aired Thursday 2nd July 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

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Back Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/06/back-health/ Thu, 25 Jun 2020 12:01:01 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2821  With so many of us working from home in less than ideal spaces for our jobs, or just changing our day to day lives we are looking at the health and wellbeing of our backs. Cal and Michael are joined by Dr Sébastien De Potter from Prahran Chiropractic Clinic to talk about the chiropractic modality. We are later joined by Dr. Stephen Morgan from Northside Osteo to find out how an osteopath may treat your niggling neck and back aches and creaks.   This show originally aired Thursday 25th June 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services  With so many of us working from home in less than ideal spaces for our jobs, or just changing our day to day lives we are looking at the health and wellbeing of our backs. Cal and Michael are joined by Dr Sébastien De Potter from Prahran Chiropractic ...  With so many of us working from home in less than ideal spaces for our jobs, or just changing our day to day lives we are looking at the health and wellbeing of our backs. Cal and Michael are joined by Dr Sébastien De Potter from Prahran Chiropractic Clinic to talk about the chiropractic modality. We are later joined by Dr. Stephen Morgan from Northside Osteo to find out how an osteopath may treat your niggling neck and back aches and creaks.

 



This show originally aired Thursday 25th June 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Religious Discrimination Bill Update https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/06/religious-discrimination-bill-update/ Thu, 18 Jun 2020 12:01:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2815 This week Cal and Michael are joined by two amazing guests to religious discrimination. First, Ghassan Kassisieh Legal Director at Equality Australia dials in to catch us up on the Religious Discrimination Bill, the current anti-discrimination laws already in place, and the impacts on LGBTI communities. Freedom from discrimination statement for the workplace Lookup and contact your MP via the Parliament of Australia website Later, Cal and Michael speak with Luke Beck, Associate Professor at Monash University about the complexities of the bill, and constitutional law. Check out Cal’s show back in 2018 on the initial conversation about the Religious Discrimination Bill’s first iteration on Well Well Well’s Australia’s Religious Freedom Review. This week Cal and Michael are joined by two amazing guests to religious discrimination. First, Ghassan Kassisieh Legal Director at Equality Australia dials in to catch us up on the Religious Discrimination Bill,

This week Cal and Michael are joined by two amazing guests to religious discrimination. First, Ghassan Kassisieh Legal Director at Equality Australia dials in to catch us up on the Religious Discrimination Bill, the current anti-discrimination laws already in place, and the impacts on LGBTI communities.

* Freedom from discrimination statement for the workplace
* Lookup and contact your MP via the Parliament of Australia website

Later, Cal and Michael speak with Luke Beck, Associate Professor at Monash University about the complexities of the bill, and constitutional law.

Check out Cal’s show back in 2018 on the initial conversation about the Religious Discrimination Bill’s first iteration on Well Well Well’s Australia’s Religious Freedom Review.]]>
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PrEPMe, Government LGBTIQ Strategy, and Therapeutic Services https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/06/prepme-government-lgbtiq-strategy-and-therapeutic-services/ Thu, 11 Jun 2020 12:01:26 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2812 Michael and Cal are first joined by Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, Ro Allen. Ro speaks about the new whole-of-government LGBTIQ strategy, and weaving in equality through various government portfolios. Judy Armishaw from the Alfred's new PrEPMe service  joins us to talk about medicare ineligible MSM accessing PrEP for free. Finally, Venetia phones in to talk about changes to services at Thorne Harbour Health , and how our community is keeping well as we look to exit isolation.   Michael and Cal also cover a number of upcoming events including: Pridesolation   PrEPMe Call 1800 889 887 Email: prep@alfred.org.au or head to www.pan.org.au/no-medicare For PEP head to getpep.info  Michael and Cal are first joined by Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, Ro Allen. Ro speaks about the new whole-of-government LGBTIQ strategy, and weaving in equality through various government portfolios. - Michael and Cal are first joined by Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, Ro Allen. Ro speaks about the new whole-of-government LGBTIQ strategy, and weaving in equality through various government portfolios.

Judy Armishaw from the Alfred's new PrEPMe service  joins us to talk about medicare ineligible MSM accessing PrEP for free.

Finally, Venetia phones in to talk about changes to services at Thorne Harbour Health , and how our community is keeping well as we look to exit isolation.

 

Michael and Cal also cover a number of upcoming events including:

Pridesolation

 

PrEPMe

Call 1800 889 887

Email: prep@alfred.org.au

or head to www.pan.org.au/no-medicare

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Sex Work, PrEP, and Community Events https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/06/sex-work-prep-and-community-events/ Thu, 04 Jun 2020 12:01:21 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2802 Michael and Cal sit down with two Fiona Patten, leader of the Reason Party representing the Northern Metropolitan Region in Melbourne. We discuss the Review Into Decriminalisation Of Sex Work. We also sit down with Max Arion to talk about the current state of sex work during COVID-19, after we caught up together at the beginning of the pandemic. Michael and Cal also talk about new announcements about PrEP for people without Medicare, and the state of play for  community events on the horizon. Emergency Support Fund for Sex Workers in Australia via Chuffed Black Lives Matter - Melbourne Rally on Saturday 6th June @ 2pm PrEPMe Clinic for Medicare ineligible PrEP access Pride-solation - Online regional pride Saturday 20 June 12pm - 6pm Northside Bizarre - Saturday 14 November, Henry St Abbotsford   This show originally aired Thursday 4th June 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services       Michael and Cal sit down with two Fiona Patten, leader of the Reason Party representing the Northern Metropolitan Region in Melbourne. We discuss the Review Into Decriminalisation Of Sex Work. We also sit down with Max Arion to talk about the current s... Reason Party representing the Northern Metropolitan Region in Melbourne. We discuss the Review Into Decriminalisation Of Sex Work. We also sit down with Max Arion to talk about the current state of sex work during COVID-19, after we caught up together at the beginning of the pandemic.

Michael and Cal also talk about new announcements about PrEP for people without Medicare, and the state of play for  community events on the horizon.
Emergency Support Fund for Sex Workers in Australia via Chuffed
Black Lives Matter - Melbourne Rally on Saturday 6th June @ 2pm

PrEPMe Clinic for Medicare ineligible PrEP access

Pride-solation - Online regional pride Saturday 20 June 12pm - 6pm

Northside Bizarre - Saturday 14 November, Henry St Abbotsford

 



This show originally aired Thursday 4th June 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

 

 

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STI Check Update – Part Two https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/05/sti-check-update-part-two/ Thu, 28 May 2020 12:01:42 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2796 Cal and Michael are back to cover STIs second part of our two episode series. Before we dive back in with Nurse Practitioner Daniel Sankar  - we chat with PRONTO! Lead Test Facilitator Esh. We chat about the service opening back up, and a few changes to the way the service will run as restrictions begin to lift. Then, we're back in the studio with Daniel to get the basics of a few more (and perhaps lesser known) STIs. We discuss how they are transmitted, and how we can look after ourselves by testing and treating them if they pop up.   This show originally aired Thursday 28th May 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services     Cal and Michael are back to cover STIs second part of our two episode series. Before we dive back in with Nurse Practitioner Daniel Sankar  - we chat with PRONTO! Lead Test Facilitator Esh. We chat about the service opening back up, Cal and Michael are back to cover STIs second part of our two episode series. Before we dive back in with Nurse Practitioner Daniel Sankar  - we chat with PRONTO! Lead Test Facilitator Esh. We chat about the service opening back up, and a few changes to the way the service will run as restrictions begin to lift.

Then, we're back in the studio with Daniel to get the basics of a few more (and perhaps lesser known) STIs. We discuss how they are transmitted, and how we can look after ourselves by testing and treating them if they pop up.

 



This show originally aired Thursday 28th May 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

 

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STI Check Update – Part One https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/05/sti-check-update-part-one/ Thu, 21 May 2020 12:01:11 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2791 Cal and Michael sit down with Nurse Practitioner at Thorne Harbour Healths Centre Clinic, PRONTO! and Equinox Daniel Sankar to cover the basics of sexually transmitted infections. This week we're covering the big hitters including HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis. We're getting down to the basics of each STI to discuss how they are transmitted, and how we can look after ourselves by testing and treating them if they pop up. Tune in next week on Well Well Well for some of the lesser known or lesser talked about STIs you might want too keep on your sexual health radar.   This show originally aired Thursday 21st May 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services     Cal and Michael sit down with Nurse Practitioner at Thorne Harbour Healths Centre Clinic, PRONTO! and Equinox Daniel Sankar to cover the basics of sexually transmitted infections. This week we're covering the big hitters including HIV, chlamydia, Cal and Michael sit down with Nurse Practitioner at Thorne Harbour Healths Centre Clinic, PRONTO! and Equinox Daniel Sankar to cover the basics of sexually transmitted infections. This week we're covering the big hitters including HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhoea and syphilis.

We're getting down to the basics of each STI to discuss how they are transmitted, and how we can look after ourselves by testing and treating them if they pop up.

Tune in next week on Well Well Well for some of the lesser known or lesser talked about STIs you might want too keep on your sexual health radar.

 



This show originally aired Thursday 21st May 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

 

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National Volunteers Week & AIDS Candlelight Memorial https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/05/national-volunteers-week-aids-candlelight-memorial/ Thu, 14 May 2020 12:01:01 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2786   This week Cal and Michael dial in with Phil Carswell, the inaugural President of the Victorian AIDS Council (now Thorne Harbour Health) to discuss the very first AIDS Candlelight Memorial - and the importance of understanding and remembering our HIV history. We take a moment to reflect on Patti LaBelle's Oh, People.  The memorial will connect us digitally on Sunday 17th May 5-6pm. Head to Living Positive Victoria's website for more details Later, we connect t with two Thorne Harbour Health volunteers, Alberto and Andrew in the lead up to National Volunteers Week next week. They share with us how they are staying actively engaged in their volunteer roles during COVID, and what motivates them to volunteer with Thorne Harbour. Before we sign off we discuss some changes (and possible hurdles) to PrEP access and look forward to getting physical again as restrictions start to ease in Victoria. Volunteer with Thorne Harbour Health  The AIDS Candlelight Memorial Rainbow Connections at Thorne Harbour Health  Queer Fiction in Strange Times - LGBTI Women's writing workshop: Sunday May 17 Conquering COVID: Starting May 19   This show originally aired Thursday 14th May 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services   This week Cal and Michael dial in with Phil Carswell, the inaugural President of the Victorian AIDS Council (now Thorne Harbour Health) to discuss the very first AIDS Candlelight Memorial - and the importance of understanding and remembering our HIV ...   This week Cal and Michael dial in with Phil Carswell, the inaugural President of the Victorian AIDS Council (now Thorne Harbour Health) to discuss the very first AIDS Candlelight Memorial - and the importance of understanding and remembering our HIV history. We take a moment to reflect on Patti LaBelle's Oh, People. 

The memorial will connect us digitally on Sunday 17th May 5-6pm. Head to Living Positive Victoria's website for more details

Later, we connect t with two Thorne Harbour Health volunteers, Alberto and Andrew in the lead up to National Volunteers Week next week. They share with us how they are staying actively engaged in their volunteer roles during COVID, and what motivates them to volunteer with Thorne Harbour.

Before we sign off we discuss some changes (and possible hurdles) to PrEP access and look forward to getting physical again as restrictions start to ease in Victoria.

Volunteer with Thorne Harbour Health 

The AIDS Candlelight Memorial

Rainbow Connections at Thorne Harbour Health 

Queer Fiction in Strange Times - LGBTI Women's writing workshop: Sunday May 17

Conquering COVID: Starting May 19

 



This show originally aired Thursday 14th May 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Rainbow Carers https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/05/rainbow-carers-a/ Thu, 07 May 2020 12:01:57 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2782   Michael and Cal sat down to chat with Stephanie Worsteling - General Manager Carer and Community Services at Carers Victoria. We discuss hoe people in caregiving positions are navigating COVID-19 restrictions. Stephanie highlights how PLHIV and LGBTI people make up the ~700,000 carers in Victoria, and the unique challenges for queer carers.     Some things we discussed this week: Carers Gateway Support for Carers 'Conversations With Carers' Zoom videocast Carers Victoria + LGBTI Carers information Positive Caring Handbook via Living Positive Victoria Conquering COVID Rainbow Connection service     Michael and Cal sat down to chat with Stephanie Worsteling - General Manager Carer and Community Services at Carers Victoria. We discuss hoe people in caregiving positions are navigating COVID-19 restrictions.   Michael and Cal sat down to chat with Stephanie Worsteling - General Manager Carer and Community Services at Carers Victoria. We discuss hoe people in caregiving positions are navigating COVID-19 restrictions. Stephanie highlights how PLHIV and LGBTI people make up the ~700,000 carers in Victoria, and the unique challenges for queer carers.

 

 

Some things we discussed this week:

Carers Gateway

Support for Carers

'Conversations With Carers' Zoom videocast

Carers Victoria + LGBTI Carers information

Positive Caring Handbook via Living Positive Victoria

Conquering COVID

Rainbow Connection service

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Cyber Safety https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/04/cyber-safety/ Thu, 30 Apr 2020 12:01:12 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2778 Michael and Cal chat with Security Engineer Al Weddell about the new COVIDSAFE app, and cybersecurity as we increase our digital presence in virtual times. Signal app Using Technology during COVID-19       Michael and Cal chat with Security Engineer Al Weddell about the new COVIDSAFE app, and cybersecurity as we increase our digital presence in virtual times. - Signal app - Using Technology during COVID-19 -   -   -   Michael and Cal chat with Security Engineer Al Weddell about the new COVIDSAFE app, and cybersecurity as we increase our digital presence in virtual times.

Signal app

Using Technology during COVID-19

 

 

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Radiothon https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/04/radiothon-2020/ Thu, 23 Apr 2020 12:01:54 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2768 It's that time of year! Radiothon is an integral part of keeping Well Well Well on air each and every week to discuss the sexual health, mental health, and general health and well-being of our LGBTI communities. More from This week we connect with some JOY volunteers and presenters from other programs to discuss the importance of LGBTI media - particularly in these unprecedented and uncertain times. Sign up or renew as a JOY member, donate, or subscribe now by heading to joy.org.au/radiothon     More from Amelia on Triple Bi-Pass More from Dee on Pop Queers  More from Justin on Lose Control More from Venetia on Living in the 70's More from Liam on JOY Eurovision and Babble POP   It's that time of year! Radiothon is an integral part of keeping Well Well Well on air each and every week to discuss the sexual health, mental health, and general health and well-being of our LGBTI communities. More from - It's that time of year! Radiothon is an integral part of keeping Well Well Well on air each and every week to discuss the sexual health, mental health, and general health and well-being of our LGBTI communities. More from

This week we connect with some JOY volunteers and presenters from other programs to discuss the importance of LGBTI media - particularly in these unprecedented and uncertain times.

Sign up or renew as a JOY member, donate, or subscribe now by heading to joy.org.au/radiothon

 

 

More from Amelia on Triple Bi-Pass

More from Dee on Pop Queers 

More from Justin on Lose Control

More from Venetia on Living in the 70's

More from Liam on JOY Eurovision and Babble POP

 

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Flu Season and Reducing Social Isolation https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/04/influenza/ Thu, 16 Apr 2020 12:01:06 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2763  As we creep into the cooler months, we're thinking about what the current COVID-19 climate means for our upcoming flu season. How to the flu and COVID-19 interact, and when should you get vaccinated? Associate Professor Joe Sasadeusz, Infectious Diseases Physician with the Peter Doherty Institute and the Royal Melbourne Hospital joins Michael and Cal this week. We talk the flu vax, coronavirus, pneumonia, and....eggs? Later we are joined by Thorne Harbour Health's Director of Services Carolyn Gillespie to talk about an exciting new announcement from Thorne Harbour increasing social connection in our communities during isolation. We're constantly updating information for our LGBTI communities on our COVID-19 hub page, including recently information for; family violence services, trans and gender divers people, queer women, and of course videos from Dr. George Forgan-Smith Smith. Check that all out at thorneharbour.org/covid19     As we creep into the cooler months, we're thinking about what the current COVID-19 climate means for our upcoming flu season. How to the flu and COVID-19 interact, and when should you get vaccinated? - Associate Professor Joe Sasadeusz,
Associate Professor Joe Sasadeusz, Infectious Diseases Physician with the Peter Doherty Institute and the Royal Melbourne Hospital joins Michael and Cal this week. We talk the flu vax, coronavirus, pneumonia, and....eggs?

Later we are joined by Thorne Harbour Health's Director of Services Carolyn Gillespie to talk about an exciting new announcement from Thorne Harbour increasing social connection in our communities during isolation.

We're constantly updating information for our LGBTI communities on our COVID-19 hub page, including recently information for; family violence services, trans and gender divers people, queer women, and of course videos from Dr. George Forgan-Smith Smith. Check that all out at thorneharbour.org/covid19 

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The Great Indoors https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/04/the-great-indoors/ Wed, 08 Apr 2020 12:01:05 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2759 Michael and Cal talk about keeping social, keeping active, and keeping entertained in isolation. We talk with Bowie Stover from Fearless Movement Co about ways to keep physically fit and healthy while in lockdown. Next, Dean Arcuri joins us to talk about ways to keep up social engagement with queer online events. We also chat with Spiro Economopolous - Program Director for Melbourne Queer Film Festival about staying entertained while staying in. Some stuff we talked about Tubi TV (free) Kanopy media - (free with a library card or academics) Michael and Cal talk about keeping social, keeping active, and keeping entertained in isolation. We talk with Bowie Stover from Fearless Movement Co about ways to keep physically fit and healthy while in lockdown. Next, Fearless Movement Co about ways to keep physically fit and healthy while in lockdown. Next, Dean Arcuri joins us to talk about ways to keep up social engagement with queer online events. We also chat with Spiro Economopolous - Program Director for Melbourne Queer Film Festival about staying entertained while staying in.

Some stuff we talked about

Tubi TV (free)

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Mental health and wellbeing while distancing https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/04/mental-health-distancing/ Thu, 02 Apr 2020 11:01:19 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2753  Michael and Cal are back with you this week as we continue our exploration of sexual health, mental health, and the general health & wellbeing of our LGBTI communities. As we move further into practicing good physical distancing - we're taking a look at how we can look after ourselves and each other while we're at home. We check in with Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth about how the organisation has been responding to communities concerns about what COVID-19 means for us. We touch base with Thorne Harbour Health Manager of Therapeutic Services & Capacity Building, Venetia Brissenden.  Venetia helps us explore ways to keep calm and carry on whether working from home, out of work, or caring for ourselves and loved ones.   Check in, and check out: Thorne Harbour Health COVID-19 information for our PLHIV and LGBTI communities Thorne Harbour Health's services update during COVID-19   Switchboard Victoria and QLife  Headspace - guided meditation and mindfulness app Insight Timer - sleep, anxiety, and mindfulness app Smiling Mind - mindfulness app  Michael and Cal are back with you this week as we continue our exploration of sexual health, mental health, and the general health & wellbeing of our LGBTI communities. - As we move further into practicing good physical distancing - we're taking a lo...
As we move further into practicing good physical distancing - we're taking a look at how we can look after ourselves and each other while we're at home.

We check in with Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth about how the organisation has been responding to communities concerns about what COVID-19 means for us.

We touch base with Thorne Harbour Health Manager of Therapeutic Services & Capacity Building, Venetia Brissenden.  Venetia helps us explore ways to keep calm and carry on whether working from home, out of work, or caring for ourselves and loved ones.

 

Check in, and check out:

Thorne Harbour Health COVID-19 information for our PLHIV and LGBTI communities

Thorne Harbour Health's services update during COVID-19

 

Switchboard Victoria and QLife

 Headspace - guided meditation and mindfulness app

Insight Timer - sleep, anxiety, and mindfulness app

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Trans Day of Visibility https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/03/trans-day-of-visibility/ Wed, 25 Mar 2020 23:01:38 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2746 Trans Day of Visibility is coming March 31! Our communities have our minds all over the place at the moment, but we're taking the time to ensure this day doesn't get lost in the sauce - and our community takes the time to be visible. Michael And Cal talk with JOY mainstay Michelle "Mama Mish" Sheppard and Anastasia Le from Trans POV on JOY. We're highlighting what Trans Day of Visibility means to both as visible (and audible!) trans women on JOY. We touch on the topical subject of employment for trans folk, and inventive ways to keep up visibility at a time when much of our attention is elsewhere. Thorne Harbour Health needs you! Tell us how you are maintaining your sexual wellbeing during COVID-19. Tell us how you are staying protected while getting down an' dirty. Email your tips and tricks anonymously to hello@downandirty.org and we'll be partnering with local gay GP Dr. George Forgan-Smith Smith to respond in video to your suggestions!   Check out some great Trans, gender diverse, and non-binary radio as part of the JOY Family! Trans POV, The Gender Agenda, and Transgender Warriors on JOY! With TDOV events cancelled or postponed, you can engage with the day via the Facebook live event Trans Pride Live-streamed Solidarity Cabaret  Fitted For Work Follow the hashtags #VisibilityBeyondIsolation #DefyingTheDistance #VisibilityConnects and of course #TransDayOfVisibility   Trans Day of Visibility is coming March 31! Our communities have our minds all over the place at the moment, but we're taking the time to ensure this day doesn't get lost in the sauce - and our community takes the time to be visible. - Our communities have our minds all over the place at the moment, but we're taking the time to ensure this day doesn't get lost in the sauce - and our community takes the time to be visible.

Michael And Cal talk with JOY mainstay Michelle "Mama Mish" Sheppard and Anastasia Le from Trans POV on JOY. We're highlighting what Trans Day of Visibility means to both as visible (and audible!) trans women on JOY.

We touch on the topical subject of employment for trans folk, and inventive ways to keep up visibility at a time when much of our attention is elsewhere.
Thorne Harbour Health needs you!
Tell us how you are maintaining your sexual wellbeing during COVID-19. Tell us how you are staying protected while getting down an' dirty. Email your tips and tricks anonymously to hello@downandirty.org and we'll be partnering with local gay GP Dr. George Forgan-Smith Smith to respond in video to your suggestions!

 

Check out some great Trans, gender diverse, and non-binary radio as part of the JOY Family! Trans POV, The Gender Agenda, and Transgender Warriors on JOY!

With TDOV events cancelled or postponed, you can engage with the day via the Facebook live event Trans Pride Live-streamed Solidarity Cabaret 

Fitted For Work

Follow the hashtags #VisibilityBeyondIsolation #DefyingTheDistance #VisibilityConnects and of course #TransDayOfVisibility

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Sex, Intimacy, and COVID 19 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/03/sex-intimacy-and-covid-19/ Thu, 19 Mar 2020 12:33:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2742 We are keeping our distance this week! How do we keep up active and healthy sexual lives in the midst of the current climate? First up, we chat with Bryony Cole from Future of Sex about tech solutions for physically isolating, but remaining socially and sexually connected at this time. We're chatting with sex worker Max Arion about the impact of COVID-19 on our sex worker populations, and how innovative tech can support everyone in our community. Lastly - we touch base with Associate Professor Edwina Wright about transmission of COVID-19 in intimate settings, and what to consider when minimising our risk. We cover a lot of great resources this week The Future of Sex Lover app Sex, Intimacy, and Coronavirus on Thorne Harbour The Cock Destroyers Teach Sex Ed on YouTube Kirroo designer sex toys Scarlet Alliance - Australian Sex Workers Association is the national peak sex worker organisation in Australia.     We are keeping our distance this week! How do we keep up active and healthy sexual lives in the midst of the current climate? - First up, we chat with Bryony Cole from Future of Sex about tech solutions for physically isolating,
We are keeping our distance this week! How do we keep up active and healthy sexual lives in the midst of the current climate?

First up, we chat with Bryony Cole from Future of Sex about tech solutions for physically isolating, but remaining socially and sexually connected at this time.

We're chatting with sex worker Max Arion about the impact of COVID-19 on our sex worker populations, and how innovative tech can support everyone in our community.

Lastly - we touch base with Associate Professor Edwina Wright about transmission of COVID-19 in intimate settings, and what to consider when minimising our risk.

We cover a lot of great resources this week

The Future of Sex

Lover app

Sex, Intimacy, and Coronavirus on Thorne Harbour

The Cock Destroyers Teach Sex Ed on YouTube

Kirroo designer sex toys

Scarlet Alliance - Australian Sex Workers Association is the national peak sex worker organisation in Australia.

 

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Coronavirus and People Living with HIV https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/03/coronavirus/ Thu, 12 Mar 2020 11:01:38 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2733 As the world comes to grips with the expanding climate surrounding Coronavirus, and particularly what it means for people living with HIV. Michael and Tex talk with Doherty Institute Director Professor Sharon Lewin and Living Positive Victoria's CEO Richard Keane about Coronavirus and HIV. for support contact joy.org.au/support Call Switchboard 3pm-midnight on 1800 184 527 Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 Coronavirus information from Victoria  Info for PLHIV at Living Positive Victoria  As the world comes to grips with the expanding climate surrounding Coronavirus, and particularly what it means for people living with HIV. - Michael and Tex talk with Doherty Institute Director Professor Sharon Lewin and Living Positive Victoria's CEO...
As the world comes to grips with the expanding climate surrounding Coronavirus, and particularly what it means for people living with HIV.

Michael and Tex talk with Doherty Institute Director Professor Sharon Lewin and Living Positive Victoria's CEO Richard Keane about Coronavirus and HIV.

for support contact joy.org.au/support

Call Switchboard 3pm-midnight on 1800 184 527

Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080

Coronavirus information from Victoria 

Info for PLHIV at Living Positive Victoria ]]>
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SexTech https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/02/sextech-2/ Thu, 27 Feb 2020 11:00:07 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2728 From teledildonics to virtual reality porn and so much more, The Future of Sex CEO Bryony Cole joins Cal Hawk in the studio to talk SexTech. The $30 billion industry of SexTech is forecasted to grow exponentially over the next few years. Bryony and Cal talk about why SexTech is taking off as well as some of the innovations already out there.  Bryony also discusses SexTech hackathons and how new ideas are becoming innovative new products. The possibilities for new products are out there are endless including accessible sex toys, tools for sexual health education, and technologies that change the way prevent the onward transmission of STIs. From teledildonics to virtual reality porn and so much more, The Future of Sex CEO Bryony Cole joins Cal Hawk in the studio to talk SexTech. The $30 billion industry of SexTech is forecasted to grow exponentially over the next few years.

From teledildonics to virtual reality porn and so much more, The Future of Sex CEO Bryony Cole joins Cal Hawk in the studio to talk SexTech. The $30 billion industry of SexTech is forecasted to grow exponentially over the next few years. Bryony and Cal talk about why SexTech is taking off as well as some of the innovations already out there.  Bryony also discusses SexTech hackathons and how new ideas are becoming innovative new products. The possibilities for new products are out there are endless including accessible sex toys, tools for sexual health education, and technologies that change the way prevent the onward transmission of STIs.]]>
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LGBTIQ Inclusion in Sport at IGLA 2020 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/02/lgbtiq-inclusion-in-sport-at-igla-2020/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 02:52:06 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2714 The 2020 International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics (IGLA) Championships get underway in Melbourne this week. Cal Hawk talks all things LGBTIQ inclusion in sport. IGLA ambassador and US national swimming champion in butterfly, Tom Luchsinger, talks about the upcoming IGLA events and coming out during his international swimming career. Mervyn from Brisbane Tritons Water Polo Talks whats got him in the pool. 90-year old Dorothy talks about the handful of swimming events she’ll be competing in. Melbourne Glamourheads’ Hani talks about his decision as compete as the first IGLA athlete representing Palestine. Plus, Cedric Le Gallo talks about his film “The Shiny Shrimps” inspired but his real life French Water Polo club of the same name.   But it’s not all about aquatics! Melbourne Chargers Rugby Club President Silas Palmer and Australian Deaf Rugby coach David Kearsley stop by to talk about their upcoming inclusive march in Box Hill.   IGLA 2020 was also featured in Star Observer's Wet N Wild in Melbourne article  This show, Episode #711 originally aired Thursday 20th February 2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services The 2020 International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics (IGLA) Championships get underway in Melbourne this week. Cal Hawk talks all things LGBTIQ inclusion in sport. IGLA ambassador and US national swimming champion in butterfly, Tom Luchsinger, 2020 International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics (IGLA) Championships get underway in Melbourne this week. Cal Hawk talks all things LGBTIQ inclusion in sport. IGLA ambassador and US national swimming champion in butterfly, Tom Luchsinger, talks about the upcoming IGLA events and coming out during his international swimming career. Mervyn from Brisbane Tritons Water Polo Talks whats got him in the pool. 90-year old Dorothy talks about the handful of swimming events she’ll be competing in. Melbourne Glamourheads’ Hani talks about his decision as compete as the first IGLA athlete representing Palestine. Plus, Cedric Le Gallo talks about his film “The Shiny Shrimps” inspired but his real life French Water Polo club of the same name.

 

But it’s not all about aquatics! Melbourne Chargers Rugby Club President Silas Palmer and Australian Deaf Rugby coach David Kearsley stop by to talk about their upcoming inclusive march in Box Hill.

 

IGLA 2020 was also featured in Star Observer's Wet N Wild in Melbourne article 





This show, Episode #711 originally aired Thursday 20th February 2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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25 Years of Marching for Community Wellbeing https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/01/25-years-of-marching-for-community-wellbeing/ Thu, 30 Jan 2020 11:00:27 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2708 This week Cal talks to an array of organisations and individuals who have participated in Melbourne's Pride March throughout its 25-year history. Including: Dykes on Bikes President Jo Bangles and the Pillions for Pride fundraiser Switchboard's Ada Castle from the Out and About Program - bringing LGBTIQ seniors to Pride March Victoria Police Inspector Mark Keen from VP Pride (the LGBTIQ Employee Network at VicPol) Mother Lateral Thinking from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence At the start of the episode, Cal talks to Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth for an exciting announcement regarding Victoria's first LGBTI Community Volunteer Hub. You can hear more from Inspector Mark Keen about his time with Victoria Police and their first time marching in uniform in this previous episode of the Victorian Police Community Hour. And for more information on Pride March head to: www.midsumma.org.au   This week Cal talks to an array of organisations and individuals who have participated in Melbourne's Pride March throughout its 25-year history. - Including: Dykes on Bikes President Jo Bangles and the Pillions for Pride fundraiser This week Cal talks to an array of organisations and individuals who have participated in Melbourne's Pride March throughout its 25-year history.

Including:

* Dykes on Bikes President Jo Bangles and the Pillions for Pride fundraiser
* Switchboard's Ada Castle from the Out and About Program - bringing LGBTIQ seniors to Pride March
* Victoria Police Inspector Mark Keen from VP Pride (the LGBTIQ Employee Network at VicPol)
* Mother Lateral Thinking from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

At the start of the episode, Cal talks to Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth for an exciting announcement regarding Victoria's first LGBTI Community Volunteer Hub.

You can hear more from Inspector Mark Keen about his time with Victoria Police and their first time marching in uniform in this previous episode of the Victorian Police Community Hour.

And for more information on Pride March head to: www.midsumma.org.au

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Midsumma 2020 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/01/midsumma-2020/ Thu, 16 Jan 2020 11:01:22 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2698 Patrick from Midsumma joins Michael and Tex to talk about what is happening for Midsumma 2020 including key events, a theme supporting Indigenous and Pacifica art and culture, and a new start time for Pride March. Later Michael and Text talk about the annual Gay Community Periodic Survey, the Company of Men exhibit, and what we'll be up to at Carnival day! This show, Episode #705 originally aired Thursday 16th January2020. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Patrick from Midsumma joins Michael and Tex to talk about what is happening for Midsumma 2020 including key events, a theme supporting Indigenous and Pacifica art and culture, and a new start time for Pride March. -
Later Michael and Text talk about the annual Gay Community Periodic Survey, the Company of Men exhibit, and what we'll be up to at Carnival day!





This show, Episode #705 originally aired Thursday 16th January2020.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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International Mr Leather Jack Thompson https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/01/international-mr-leather-jack-thompson/ Thu, 09 Jan 2020 11:00:42 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2693 During his recent visit to Australia, 2019 International Mr Leather (IML) Jack Thompson sat down with Cal Hawk for an exclusive interview. Jack's "I am enough" speech at the IML competition in May 2019 saw him become the first trans person of colour to win the title in it's 40-year history. Jack talks through winning the title, his public disclosure of living with HIV, and much, much more. Before that, Cal talks to Neil Pharaoh. Neil is known in Melbourne as a Labour Candidate for Prahran. Neil recently was successfully elected to the board of Thorne Harbour Health. Neil stops by to talk about our community legacy of advocacy and some of the challenges still ahead of us.   During his recent visit to Australia, 2019 International Mr Leather (IML) Jack Thompson sat down with Cal Hawk for an exclusive interview. Jack's "I am enough" speech at the IML competition in May 2019 saw him become the first trans person of colour to... During his recent visit to Australia, 2019 International Mr Leather (IML) Jack Thompson sat down with Cal Hawk for an exclusive interview. Jack's "I am enough" speech at the IML competition in May 2019 saw him become the first trans person of colour to win the title in it's 40-year history. Jack talks through winning the title, his public disclosure of living with HIV, and much, much more.

Before that, Cal talks to Neil Pharaoh. Neil is known in Melbourne as a Labour Candidate for Prahran. Neil recently was successfully elected to the board of Thorne Harbour Health. Neil stops by to talk about our community legacy of advocacy and some of the challenges still ahead of us.

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Skin Cancer and Sun Protection https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2020/01/skin-cancer-and-sun-protection/ Thu, 02 Jan 2020 11:00:37 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2688 Summer is well and truly underway. Our LGBTI communities are getting out in the sun for the festival season. SunSmart's Justine joins Cal Hawk in the studio. They talk through sun protection, who's at risk of skin cancer, and how you can continue to care for you skin. Before that, Cal talks to Steven Farley-Odgers, one of the newest board members of Thorne Harbour Health. They discuss Steven's involvement with the community-controlled organisation and reflect on where we're going in addressing the health and overall wellbeing of our LGBTI and PLHIV communities. For more information on sun protection, including the free SunSmart app, head to: www.sunsmart.com.au   Summer is well and truly underway. Our LGBTI communities are getting out in the sun for the festival season. SunSmart's Justine joins Cal Hawk in the studio. They talk through sun protection, who's at risk of skin cancer, Summer is well and truly underway. Our LGBTI communities are getting out in the sun for the festival season. SunSmart's Justine joins Cal Hawk in the studio. They talk through sun protection, who's at risk of skin cancer, and how you can continue to care for you skin.

Before that, Cal talks to Steven Farley-Odgers, one of the newest board members of Thorne Harbour Health. They discuss Steven's involvement with the community-controlled organisation and reflect on where we're going in addressing the health and overall wellbeing of our LGBTI and PLHIV communities.

For more information on sun protection, including the free SunSmart app, head to: www.sunsmart.com.au

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Looking Back, Looking Forward https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/12/looking-back-looking-forward/ Thu, 26 Dec 2019 12:01:27 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2676  Michael takes stock of Well Well Well over 2019 and reflects on a few key subjects we've covered in the past 12 months. First, We look at HIV trends in Jessie + Venetia's show Latest HIV Trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey with Martin Holt from the Gay Community Periodic Survey and Dr. Andrew Grulich from the Kirby Institute. Next, Michael's update on the PrEP Guidelines in his show with Tex Removing Barriers to PrEP Access speaking with Dr. Darren Russell about changes to how we talk about and prescribe HIV prevention drugs. Lastly, Cal and his guest host Max Arion scoured the country in their two part Australian Sex Work series for an idea as to how our sex workers lives and access to services differ by region. Of course, we tackle how these three topics might change or develop as we look forward to ringing in 2020. We'll be back next week talking about skin cancer with Cal as we move in to the summer party season. This show, Episode #702 originally aired Thursday 26th December 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services  Michael takes stock of Well Well Well over 2019 and reflects on a few key subjects we've covered in the past 12 months. - First, We look at HIV trends in Jessie + Venetia's show Latest HIV Trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey with Martin Holt from ...
First, We look at HIV trends in Jessie + Venetia's show Latest HIV Trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey with Martin Holt from the Gay Community Periodic Survey and Dr. Andrew Grulich from the Kirby Institute.

Next, Michael's update on the PrEP Guidelines in his show with Tex Removing Barriers to PrEP Access speaking with Dr. Darren Russell about changes to how we talk about and prescribe HIV prevention drugs.

Lastly, Cal and his guest host Max Arion scoured the country in their two part Australian Sex Work series for an idea as to how our sex workers lives and access to services differ by region.

Of course, we tackle how these three topics might change or develop as we look forward to ringing in 2020.

We'll be back next week talking about skin cancer with Cal as we move in to the summer party season.



This show, Episode #702 originally aired Thursday 26th December 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Holiday Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/12/holiday-health/ Fri, 20 Dec 2019 03:21:19 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2679 Amelia and Venetia are in the studio talking with Jo Ball, CEO of Switchboard Victoria, and psychologist Josh Muller about how to look after your mental health this holiday season. The festive season can be a stressful time for LGBTI folk for a number of reasons. Spending time with biological family can often mean having to defend, explain or hide who you are, or deal with the painful comments and opinions of family members. Some of us might even be estranged from our families of origin due to our sexuality or gender, and others of us may already be managing ongoing mental health issues, which may be exacerbated at this time of year. On top of that, there is the financial pressure of gift-giving and the pressure of wrapping up work tasks before the end of the year. Josh provides us with some insight into how you might notice that you aren’t travelling too well and what we can do about it and Jo shares with us their three-point plan for managing social engagements and getting through the season intact. Switchboard Victoria Queerspace Christmas Breakfast     This show, Episode #701 originally aired Thursday 19th December 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Amelia and Venetia are in the studio talking with Jo Ball, CEO of Switchboard Victoria, and psychologist Josh Muller about how to look after your mental health this holiday season. - The festive season can be a stressful time for LGBTI folk for a numb...
The festive season can be a stressful time for LGBTI folk for a number of reasons. Spending time with biological family can often mean having to defend, explain or hide who you are, or deal with the painful comments and opinions of family members. Some of us might even be estranged from our families of origin due to our sexuality or gender, and others of us may already be managing ongoing mental health issues, which may be exacerbated at this time of year. On top of that, there is the financial pressure of gift-giving and the pressure of wrapping up work tasks before the end of the year.

Josh provides us with some insight into how you might notice that you aren’t travelling too well and what we can do about it and Jo shares with us their three-point plan for managing social engagements and getting through the season intact.

Switchboard Victoria

Queerspace Christmas Breakfast

 

 



This show, Episode #701 originally aired Thursday 19th December 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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LGBTI & HIV Legal https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/12/lgbti-hiv-legal/ Thu, 05 Dec 2019 11:02:09 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2667 Two current legal changes will soon impact the lives of our LGBTI communities - and people living with HIV. Michael catches up with Fitzroy Legal's Paul Kidd to discuss the Berejiklian NSW government altering consent laws. The law may better protect those assaulted who are unable to clearly rebuke consent. However, the 'communicative model of consent' may impact people who consent with non-verbal communication - especially those in kink and BDSM communities. Later, Michael discusses how people living with HIV will be impacted by forced testing requirements for anyone found spitting at or biting NSW Police with Nic Holas from the Institute of Many.   The Institute of Many Fitzroy Legal LGBTIQ Legal Outreach This show, Episode #699 originally aired Thursday 28th November 2019. Catch our 700th show next week! Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Two current legal changes will soon impact the lives of our LGBTI communities - and people living with HIV. - Michael catches up with Fitzroy Legal's Paul Kidd to discuss the Berejiklian NSW government altering consent laws.
Michael catches up with Fitzroy Legal's Paul Kidd to discuss the Berejiklian NSW government altering consent laws. The law may better protect those assaulted who are unable to clearly rebuke consent. However, the 'communicative model of consent' may impact people who consent with non-verbal communication - especially those in kink and BDSM communities.

Later, Michael discusses how people living with HIV will be impacted by forced testing requirements for anyone found spitting at or biting NSW Police with Nic Holas from the Institute of Many.

 

The Institute of Many

Fitzroy Legal

LGBTIQ Legal Outreach



This show, Episode #699 originally aired Thursday 28th November 2019.

Catch our 700th show next week!

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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World AIDS Day 2019 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/11/world-aids-day-2019/ Thu, 28 Nov 2019 11:01:14 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2662 It's almost December 1 - and that means we're approaching World AIDS Day Tex and Michael are in the studio chatting with Max Niggl and David O'Keeffe from Living Positive Victoria. It's new beginnings at LPV as David takes the reigns of the Positive Speakers Bureau - formerly helmed by Max. We're lucky to be joined by Max to share his 20 years of expertise and lived experience in the role, as well as to share David's vision moving forward. We discuss what the themes of World AIDS Day mean to both Max and David, and discuss what LPV has planned for the day to celebrate the lives of people living with and lost to HIV. Michael and Tex chat about what Thorne Harbour Health is up to in the lead up to the day, including our Red Ribbon Street Appeal (tomorrow!) Friday. And we would be remiss if we did not discuss the uniquely Victorian red ribbon and it's history spanning decades, and continents - born right here in Melbourne. World AIDS Day is commemorated on December 1 each year, but you'll catch Thorne Harbour Health staff and volunteers out and about the city tomorrow at businesses, metro train stations, and about the CBD. Can't see us in person for your red ribbon? Fear not! you can donate directly at thorneharbour.org/donate  For 78 World AIDS Day events happening elsewhere across the country head to worldaidsday.org.au Find out more about the community launch, forum, and symposium hosted by Living Positive Victoria by visiting livingpositivevictoria.org.au      This show, Episode #699 originally aired Thursday 28th November 2019. Catch our 700th show next week! Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services It's almost December 1 - and that means we're approaching World AIDS Day Tex and Michael are in the studio chatting with Max Niggl and David O'Keeffe from Living Positive Victoria. It's new beginnings at LPV as David takes the reigns of the Positive S... It's almost December 1 - and that means we're approaching World AIDS Day
Tex and Michael are in the studio chatting with Max Niggl and David O'Keeffe from Living Positive Victoria. It's new beginnings at LPV as David takes the reigns of the Positive Speakers Bureau - formerly helmed by Max. We're lucky to be joined by Max to share his 20 years of expertise and lived experience in the role, as well as to share David's vision moving forward. We discuss what the themes of World AIDS Day mean to both Max and David, and discuss what LPV has planned for the day to celebrate the lives of people living with and lost to HIV.

Michael and Tex chat about what Thorne Harbour Health is up to in the lead up to the day, including our Red Ribbon Street Appeal (tomorrow!) Friday. And we would be remiss if we did not discuss the uniquely Victorian red ribbon and it's history spanning decades, and continents - born right here in Melbourne.

World AIDS Day is commemorated on December 1 each year, but you'll catch Thorne Harbour Health staff and volunteers out and about the city tomorrow at businesses, metro train stations, and about the CBD.

Can't see us in person for your red ribbon? Fear not! you can donate directly at thorneharbour.org/donate 

For 78 World AIDS Day events happening elsewhere across the country head to worldaidsday.org.au

Find out more about the community launch, forum, and symposium hosted by Living Positive Victoria by visiting livingpositivevictoria.org.au 

 

 



This show, Episode #699 originally aired Thursday 28th November 2019.

Catch our 700th show next week!

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Trans and Gender Diverse in Community Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/11/trans-and-gender-diverse-in-community-health/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 11:01:00 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2655 It's Trans Awareness Week! Dr Julian Grace from Thorne Harbour Health joins Amelia and Cal on the show to talk about trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing. From their time at Equinox gender diverse health clinic to the Trans and Gender Diverse in Community Health (TGDiCH) Consortium, Dr Julian talks through some the work being undertaken to build the capacity of GPs and health service providers to offer affirmative practice that support and better serve trans and gender diverse clients. It's Trans Awareness Week! Dr Julian Grace from Thorne Harbour Health joins Amelia and Cal on the show to talk about trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing. - From their time at Equinox gender diverse health clinic to the Trans and Gender Diver... It's Trans Awareness Week! Dr Julian Grace from Thorne Harbour Health joins Amelia and Cal on the show to talk about trans and gender diverse health and wellbeing.

From their time at Equinox gender diverse health clinic to the Trans and Gender Diverse in Community Health (TGDiCH) Consortium, Dr Julian talks through some the work being undertaken to build the capacity of GPs and health service providers to offer affirmative practice that support and better serve trans and gender diverse clients.]]>
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Living Well with Diabetes and HIV https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/11/diabetes/ Thu, 07 Nov 2019 11:02:09 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2640 How do we manage living well with HIV and diabetes? Michael and Tex sit down with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to discuss how diabetes affects our communities in Victoria. We look at risk factors, testing, and how to manage diabetes to live well. Later we are joined by HIV activist and friend of the program David Menadue to explore his lived experience as a person living with both HIV and diabetes. We discuss early HIV treatments, balancing treatments, and looking after yourself. Don't forget... November 14 is World Diabetes Day December 1 is World AIDS Day Victoria on Facebook The Night Before Christmas - Diabetes Victoria fundraiser Check out DiabetesVic.org.au       This show, Episode #696 originally aired Thursday 7th November 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services How do we manage living well with HIV and diabetes? Michael and Tex sit down with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to discuss how diabetes affects our communities in Victoria. We look at risk factors, testing, How do we manage living well with HIV and diabetes?
Michael and Tex sit down with Cynthia Ziebel from Diabetes Victoria to discuss how diabetes affects our communities in Victoria. We look at risk factors, testing, and how to manage diabetes to live well. Later we are joined by HIV activist and friend of the program David Menadue to explore his lived experience as a person living with both HIV and diabetes. We discuss early HIV treatments, balancing treatments, and looking after yourself.
Don't forget...
November 14 is World Diabetes Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day Victoria on Facebook

The Night Before Christmas - Diabetes Victoria fundraiser

Check out DiabetesVic.org.au

 

 

 



This show, Episode #696 originally aired Thursday 7th November 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Breast and Chest Cancer Screening https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/11/breast-and-chest-cancer-screening/ Thu, 07 Nov 2019 04:46:42 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2638 During this episode of Well Well Well, guest Ashleigh Sternes (Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager) from BreastScreen Victoria (BSV) comes on the show to talk about free breast and chest screening. We chat about Rainbow Tick and the changes BSV have made in working toward LGBTI-inclusive practice. During the show, we also discuss risk factors and things to be aware of for trans men and trans women in relation to breast and chest cancer screening. For information about screening and eligibility please see the BSV Screening FAQ for LGBTI people and Breast/chest screening for trans and gender diverse people fact sheet. breastscreen.org.au  13 20 50 This show, Episode #695 originally aired Thursday 17th October 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services During this episode of Well Well Well, guest Ashleigh Sternes (Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager) from BreastScreen Victoria (BSV) comes on the show to talk about free breast and chest screening. - We chat about Rainbow Tick and the changes BSV ...

During this episode of Well Well Well, guest Ashleigh Sternes (Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager) from BreastScreen Victoria (BSV) comes on the show to talk about free breast and chest screening.

We chat about Rainbow Tick and the changes BSV have made in working toward LGBTI-inclusive practice. During the show, we also discuss risk factors and things to be aware of for trans men and trans women in relation to breast and chest cancer screening.

For information about screening and eligibility please see the BSV Screening FAQ for LGBTI people and Breast/chest screening for trans and gender diverse people fact sheet.

breastscreen.org.au 
13 20 50



This show, Episode #695 originally aired Thursday 17th October 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Northside Bizarre 2019 https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/10/northside-bizarre-2019/ Thu, 17 Oct 2019 11:02:04 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2612 Northside Bizarre is upon us once again Michael and Tex catch up once again, to talk about Northside Bizarre - coming this Saturday 19th October. The community fundraiser is, as always, graciously hosted by the Laird Hotel who create an all-inclusive space supporting the David Williams Fund and JOY. Michael and Tex are joined by Brett and Mark from the Laird to talk about the history of the event, and just what we're all going to be up to on Henry St in Abbotsford on Saturday. We are also joined by Lynda Horn to talk about Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams fund, supporting people living with HIV.   Get more information about The David Williams Fund Northside Bizarre The Laird Hotel Northside Bizarre on Facebook   This show, Episode #693 originally aired Thursday 17th October 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Northside Bizarre is upon us once again Michael and Tex catch up once again, to talk about Northside Bizarre - coming this Saturday 19th October. The community fundraiser is, as always, graciously hosted by the Laird Hotel who create an all-inclusive ... Northside Bizarre is upon us once again
Michael and Tex catch up once again, to talk about Northside Bizarre - coming this Saturday 19th October. The community fundraiser is, as always, graciously hosted by the Laird Hotel who create an all-inclusive space supporting the David Williams Fund and JOY. Michael and Tex are joined by Brett and Mark from the Laird to talk about the history of the event, and just what we're all going to be up to on Henry St in Abbotsford on Saturday.

We are also joined by Lynda Horn to talk about Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams fund, supporting people living with HIV.

 

Get more information about

The David Williams Fund

Northside Bizarre

The Laird Hotel

Northside Bizarre on Facebook

 



This show, Episode #693 originally aired Thursday 17th October 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services]]>
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Coming Out and Mental Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/10/coming-out-mental-health/ Thu, 10 Oct 2019 07:49:23 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2610  This week on Well, Well, Well, Amelia and Jessie are joined by Sara from Alphabet Soup and Adrian from Minus 18 who come on to discuss mental health and coming out. Sara shares her personal experience of coming out later in life as a transwoman and Adrian speaks of his coming out process as a young gay man as well as some of the work he's doing with young people in this space. A deeply moving and honest discussion on a very complex, layered topic that does not get enough attention - our mental health. Have a listen or download the podcast below. Useful links: Alphabet Soup A safe meeting place for all members of the LGBTIQ community. www.facebook.com/alphabetsouptrans Minus 18 Youth-driven network for LGBTIQ Youth www.minus18.org.au Switchboard Victoria Confidential phoneline LGBTIQ support 1800 184 527 Q-Life Anonymous free LGBTI peer support and referal web chat & phoneline qlife.org.au 1800 184 527 This show, Episode #692 originally aired Thursday 10th October 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services    This week on Well, Well, Well, Amelia and Jessie are joined by Sara from Alphabet Soup and Adrian from Minus 18 who come on to discuss mental health and coming out. Sara shares her personal experience of coming out later in life as a transwoman and Ad...  This week on Well, Well, Well, Amelia and Jessie are joined by Sara from Alphabet Soup and Adrian from Minus 18 who come on to discuss mental health and coming out. Sara shares her personal experience of coming out later in life as a transwoman and Adrian speaks of his coming out process as a young gay man as well as some of the work he's doing with young people in this space. A deeply moving and honest discussion on a very complex, layered topic that does not get enough attention - our mental health.

Have a listen or download the podcast below.

Useful links:
Alphabet Soup
A safe meeting place for all members of the LGBTIQ community.
www.facebook.com/alphabetsouptrans

Minus 18
Youth-driven network for LGBTIQ Youth
www.minus18.org.au

Switchboard Victoria
Confidential phoneline LGBTIQ support
1800 184 527

Q-Life
Anonymous free LGBTI peer support and referal web chat & phoneline
qlife.org.au
1800 184 527



This show, Episode #692 originally aired Thursday 10th October 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

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Removing Barriers to PrEP Access https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/10/removing-barriers-to-prep-access/ Thu, 03 Oct 2019 12:02:52 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2581 Time to PrEP? New guidelines are set to make getting HIV prevention drugs easier than ever. In the fight to end HIV transmissions, the new tool on the block is pre-exposure prophylaxis. PrEP is an effective way at preventing HIV - yet barriers to folks accessing the drugs abound. However, The new ASHM guidelines for prescribing PrEP medication are aiming to remove barriers and make prescribing it more clear cut. This week, Michael and Tex chat with Dr. Darren Russell, a Cairns sexual health clinician and Clinical Advisor for the Australasian Society for Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM). Together, we unpack what the new guidelines mean for those accessing and prescribing PrEP. Get Bizarre! Tex and Michael touch base about Northside Bizarre - the annual street party is a community fundraiser for JOY and Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams Fund. In a few weeks Northside Bizarre will take over Henry Street in Abbotford as the Laird Hotel hosts an all gender-inclusive day of community connection.   Breast Cancer Awareness Month Girls Night In  #pinkribbonbreakfast Northside Bizarre Northside Bizarre PrEP Daily and On-Demand PrEP at Thorne Harbour Health PrEP'D For Change and PAN [PrEPaccessNOW]  ASHM Prescribing Guidelines   This show, Episode #691 originally aired Thursday 3rd October 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services     Time to PrEP? New guidelines are set to make getting HIV prevention drugs easier than ever. In the fight to end HIV transmissions, the new tool on the block is pre-exposure prophylaxis. PrEP is an effective way at preventing HIV - yet barriers to fol... Time to PrEP?
New guidelines are set to make getting HIV prevention drugs easier than ever.
In the fight to end HIV transmissions, the new tool on the block is pre-exposure prophylaxis. PrEP is an effective way at preventing HIV - yet barriers to folks accessing the drugs abound. However, The new ASHM guidelines for prescribing PrEP medication are aiming to remove barriers and make prescribing it more clear cut.

This week, Michael and Tex chat with Dr. Darren Russell, a Cairns sexual health clinician and Clinical Advisor for the Australasian Society for Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM). Together, we unpack what the new guidelines mean for those accessing and prescribing PrEP.
Get Bizarre!
Tex and Michael touch base about Northside Bizarre - the annual street party is a community fundraiser for JOY and Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams Fund. In a few weeks Northside Bizarre will take over Henry Street in Abbotford as the Laird Hotel hosts an all gender-inclusive day of community connection.

 
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Girls Night In 

#pinkribbonbreakfast
Northside Bizarre
Northside Bizarre
PrEP
Daily and On-Demand PrEP at Thorne Harbour Health

PrEP'D For Change and PAN [PrEPaccessNOW] 

ASHM Prescribing Guidelines

 



This show, Episode #691 originally aired Thursday 3rd October 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

 

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Queer Displacements: Sexuality, Migration & Exile https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/09/queer-displacements-sexuality-migration-exile/ Thu, 26 Sep 2019 12:00:21 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2576 This week Cal talks to Renee & Tina Dixson, conveners of Queer Displacements: Sexuality, Migration & Exile. The upcoming conference is the first of its kind in Australia as it looks at LGBTIQ people seeking asylum and refugees on 14-15 November at Australian National University in Canberra. Renee & Tina talk through how the conference has come about, the Queer Sisterhood Project, and the unique challenges faced by LGBTIQ people seeking asylum. During the episode, a few ways to get involved with the conference are mentioned, including: Queer Displacements Facebook Page - for up-to-date info on the conference Queer Displacements Conference Registration Page Queer Sisterhood Project - a peer support network for LGBTIQ women who've sought asylum in Australia Queer Displacements Crowdfunding Initiative - Funding LGBTIQ refugees to attend the upcoming conference Toward the end of the show, Cal also mentions the upcoming Northside Bizarre street festival coming up on Saturday 19 October and how you can get involved in the annual fundraiser benefiting JOY 94.9 and Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams Fund - www.northsidebizarre.com This show, Episode #690 originally aired Thursday 26th September 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour This week Cal talks to Renee & Tina Dixson, conveners of Queer Displacements: Sexuality, Migration & Exile. The upcoming conference is the first of its kind in Australia as it looks at LGBTIQ people seeking asylum and refugees on 14-15 November at Aust... This week Cal talks to Renee & Tina Dixson, conveners of Queer Displacements: Sexuality, Migration & Exile. The upcoming conference is the first of its kind in Australia as it looks at LGBTIQ people seeking asylum and refugees on 14-15 November at Australian National University in Canberra. Renee & Tina talk through how the conference has come about, the Queer Sisterhood Project, and the unique challenges faced by LGBTIQ people seeking asylum.

During the episode, a few ways to get involved with the conference are mentioned, including:

* Queer Displacements Facebook Page - for up-to-date info on the conference
* Queer Displacements Conference Registration Page
* Queer Sisterhood Project - a peer support network for LGBTIQ women who've sought asylum in Australia
* Queer Displacements Crowdfunding Initiative - Funding LGBTIQ refugees to attend the upcoming conference

Toward the end of the show, Cal also mentions the upcoming Northside Bizarre street festival coming up on Saturday 19 October and how you can get involved in the annual fundraiser benefiting JOY 94.9 and Thorne Harbour Health's David Williams Fund - www.northsidebizarre.com



This show, Episode #690 originally aired Thursday 26th September 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

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ASHM 2019 and HIV & Ageing https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/09/australasian-sexual-health-hiv-conferences/ Thu, 19 Sep 2019 12:01:42 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2566 Chris Williams from emen8.com.au talks to Cal from ASHM 2019 This week Cal is joined by Gerry from Taking Charge, the HIV & Ageing project from Thorne Harbour Health and Living Positive Victoria for people living with HIV 50 years old and over. Then Chris Williams from Emen8 calls in from the 2019 Australasian Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Conferences (ASHM2019) in Perth. Chris talks through the latest sexual health news coming out of the conference including interviews with: Madeline from SpeeDx about a new strategy in addressing drug-resistant gonorrhoea Dr Vincent Cornelisse about transmitting gonorrhoea via saliva and the release of ASHM's new PrEP guidelines Liz & Teddy, investigators from the inaugural Australian Trans and Gender Diverse Sexual Health Survey  While only a portion of the interview with Liz & Teddy was featured in this episode, you can listen to the full interview here:       This show, Episode #689 originally aired Thursday 19th September 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/wp-content/uploads/sites/69/2019/09/Liz-and-Teddy_Extended-Interview.mp3 Chris Williams from emen8.com.au talks to Cal from ASHM 2019 - This week Cal is joined by Gerry from Taking Charge, the HIV & Ageing project from Thorne Harbour Health and Living Positive Victoria for people living with HIV 50 years old and over. - Chris Williams from emen8.com.au talks to Cal from ASHM 2019

This week Cal is joined by Gerry from Taking Charge, the HIV & Ageing project from Thorne Harbour Health and Living Positive Victoria for people living with HIV 50 years old and over.

Then Chris Williams from Emen8 calls in from the 2019 Australasian Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Conferences (ASHM2019) in Perth. Chris talks through the latest sexual health news coming out of the conference including interviews with:

* Madeline from SpeeDx about a new strategy in addressing drug-resistant gonorrhoea
* Dr Vincent Cornelisse about transmitting gonorrhoea via saliva and the release of ASHM's new PrEP guidelines
* Liz & Teddy, investigators from the inaugural Australian Trans and Gender Diverse Sexual Health Survey 

While only a portion of the interview with Liz & Teddy was featured in this episode, you can listen to the full interview here:

 

 

 



This show, Episode #689 originally aired Thursday 19th September 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform – or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour’s LGBTI health and well-being services

Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour

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Bisexual Health https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/09/bisexual-health/ Thu, 12 Sep 2019 12:02:41 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2372 This week Venetia and Amelia chat with Josh, a psychologist, and Nat, sexual health educator with Family Planning Victoria, about all thing Bi+ health, pride and visibility.   Some Bi+ things we talked about this week... Melbourne Bisexual Network Big Bi+ Bonanza Bi Manifesto Triple Bi Pass Family Planning Victoria This show, Episode #688 originally aired Thursday 19th September 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform - or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour This week Venetia and Amelia chat with Josh, a psychologist, and Nat, sexual health educator with Family Planning Victoria, about all thing Bi+ health, pride and visibility. -   - Some Bi+ things we talked about this week... -


 

Some Bi+ things we talked about this week...

Melbourne Bisexual Network

Big Bi+ Bonanza

Bi Manifesto

Triple Bi Pass

Family Planning Victoria



This show, Episode #688 originally aired Thursday 19th September 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform - or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services

Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour]]>
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Queer Fertility Series – Part I https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/09/fertility-part-i/ Thu, 05 Sep 2019 12:05:40 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2523 Well, Well, Well - Queer Fertility Series Claire wants to have a baby and Amelia wants to talk about making babies. What a pair! Well, Well, Well’s Claire and Amelia from Thorne Harbour Health are creating their own baby – a Fertility Series that will be your one-stop podcast for all things LGBTIQA+ and rainbow families. In this first episode, we hear about some fertility treatment terms, some common fertility tests and what we can expect from the rest of the fertility series. Terms we can use when talking about LGBTIQA+ fertility Fertility Treatment, or Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) A collective term used for a procedure that attempts to procure pregnancy in a person, by means other than sexual intercourse or artificial insemination Intrauterine insemination (IUI) A procedure in which a fine catheter (tube) is inserted through a cervix (the natural opening of the uterus) into the uterus to deposit a sperm sample directly into the uterus. The purpose of this relatively simple procedure is to achieve fertilisation and pregnancy. IUI can also be called artificial insemination (AI) or donor insemination (DI) if donor sperm is used. In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) A laboratory procedure in which sperm are placed with an unfertilized egg in a Petri dish to achieve fertilization. If the egg is fertilised, the embryo is then transferred into the uterus a few days later to begin a pregnancy, or the embryo is cryopreserved (frozen) for future use. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) ICSI is a micromanipulation technique where a single sperm is injected into the egg to achieve fertilization. If the egg is fertilised, the embryo is then transferred into the uterus a few days later to begin a pregnancy, or the embryo is cryopreserved (frozen) for future use. Fertility The ability of a person to use their genetic materials to create a pregnancy. If a person has some medical issues with their fertility and needs the assistance of medical interventions, we refer to this as infertility. For LGBTIQA+ people, medical interventions may also be used to achieve a pregnancy, despite the individual being otherwise “fertile”. Egg The reproductive cells that are held in ovaries. When an egg is combined with sperm, this can result in a fertilised embryo, which can grow into a pregnancy if this is within a uterus. In Assisted Reproductive Technology, an egg collection procedure can be undertaken in an attempt to collect eggs from a person with ovaries. Sperm The reproductive cells that are held in testes. When sperm or semen is combined with an egg, this can result in a fertilised embryo, which can grow into a pregnancy if this is within a uterus. In Assisted Reproductive Technology, sperm can be collected from a semen sample produced by ejaculation or medical collection. Embryo An embryo results if an egg is fertilised and continues to grow, from the early stages of fertilization to the beginning of the third month of pregnancy (in humans). After that point in time, it is termed a foetus. Pregnancy The growth of an embryo into a foetus inside a uterus. If a pregnancy is healthy, it can result in the birth of a child. Birthparent The person or parent who carries a pregnancy and subsequently gives birth to a child is known as the birth parent. In legal terms, a birth parent is considered a legal parent of any child (or children) born. Non-birth parent, co-parent or parent A person who intends to parent a child. This person may or may not be listed on the birth certificate of the child, depending on the parenting arrangements that have been discussed between family members. Intended or commissioning parent(s) For a surrogacy arrangement, the person or persons who enter into the surrogacy arrangement for a person with a uterus to carry a pregnancy and birth any child (or children) on behalf of another person or people. Surrogate For a surrogacy arrangement, Well, Well, Well - Queer Fertility Series Claire wants to have a baby and Amelia wants to talk about making babies. What a pair! Well, Well, Well’s Claire and Amelia from Thorne Harbour Health are creating their own baby – a Fertility Series that will... Well, Well, Well - Queer Fertility Series
Claire wants to have a baby and Amelia wants to talk about making babies. What a pair! Well, Well, Well’s Claire and Amelia from Thorne Harbour Health are creating their own baby – a Fertility Series that will be your one-stop podcast for all things LGBTIQA+ and rainbow families. In this first episode, we hear about some fertility treatment terms, some common fertility tests and what we can expect from the rest of the fertility series.

Terms we can use when talking about LGBTIQA+ fertility



Fertility Treatment, or Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
A collective term used for a procedure that attempts to procure pregnancy in a person, by means other than sexual intercourse or artificial insemination


Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
A procedure in which a fine catheter (tube) is inserted through a cervix (the natural opening of the uterus) into the uterus to deposit a sperm sample directly into the uterus. The purpose of this relatively simple procedure is to achieve fertilisation and pregnancy. IUI can also be called artificial insemination (AI) or donor insemination (DI) if donor sperm is used.


In-vitro fertilisation (IVF)
A laboratory procedure in which sperm are placed with an unfertilized egg in a Petri dish to achieve fertilization. If the egg is fertilised, the embryo is then transferred into the uterus a few days later to begin a pregnancy, or the embryo is cryopreserved (frozen) for future use.


Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
ICSI is a micromanipulation technique where a single sperm is injected into the egg to achieve fertilization. If the egg is fertilised, the embryo is then transferred into the uterus a few days later to begin a pregnancy, or the embryo is cryopreserved (frozen) for future use.


Fertility
The ability of a person to use their genetic materials to create a pregnancy. If a person has some medical issues with their fertility and needs the assistance of medical interventions, we refer to this as infertility. For LGBTIQA+ people, medical interventions may also be used to achieve a pregnancy, despite the individual being otherwise “fertile”.


Egg
The reproductive cells that are held in ovaries. When an egg is combined with sperm, this can result in a fertilised embryo, which can grow into a pregnancy if this is within a uterus. In Assisted Reproductive Technology, an egg collection procedure can be undertaken in an attempt to collect eggs from a person with ovaries.


Sperm
The reproductive cells that are held in testes. When sperm or semen is combined with an egg, this can result in a fertilised embryo, which can grow into a pregnancy if this is within a uterus. In Assisted Reproductive Technology, sperm can be collected from a semen sample produced by ejaculation or medical collection.


Embryo
An embryo results if an egg is fertilised and continues to grow, from the early stages of fertilization to the beginning of the third month of pregnancy (in humans). After that point in time, it is termed a foetus.


Pregnancy
The growth of an embryo into a foetus inside a uterus. If a pregnancy is healthy, it can result in the birth of a child.


Birthparent
The person or parent who carries a pregnancy and subsequently gives birth to a child is known as the birth parent. In legal terms, a birth parent is considered a legal parent of any child (or children) born.


Non-birth parent, co-parent or parent
A person who intends to parent a child. This person may or may not be listed on the birth certificate of the child, depending on the parenting arrangements that have been discussed between family members.]]>
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Latest HIV Trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey https://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/2019/09/latest-hiv-trends-gay-community-periodic-survey/ Tue, 03 Sep 2019 07:04:24 +0000 http://joy.org.au/wellwellwell/?p=2356 Latest HIV trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey The landscape of HIV epidemiology is one of the fastest-changing landscapes closely affecting our communities. Professor Andrew Grulich, head of the HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program at Kirby Institute, gives us a snapshot on the rates of HIV infections in Australia. The discussion explores HIV acquisitions in more detail and how we can work together better to end HIV. Our second guest Professor Martin  Holt from the Centre for Social Research for Health in UNSW who manages the Gay Community Periodic Survey to discuss the results with us. He gives us some very interesting insight into the largest cross-sectional survey of gay men in Victoria. Have a listen or download the podcast below. Useful links: The MI-EPIC Study (medicare ineligible) - provides a years' supply of PrEP for those who do not have access through medicare in New South Wales : https://endinghiv.org.au/stay-safe/epic-nsw Gay Community Periodic Survey : https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/centre-social-research-health/our-projects/gay-community-periodic-surveys PRONTO - free confidential rapid HIV testing for MSM : http://pronto.org.au Equinox - peer-led trans and gender diverse health service : https://equinox.org.au Kirby Institute - HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program : https://kirby.unsw.edu.au/directory/hiv-epidemiology-and-prevention-program Centre for Social Research for Health : https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/csrh   This show, Episode #680 originally aired Thursday 25th July 2019. Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform - or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour Latest HIV trends & Gay Community Periodic Survey The landscape of HIV epidemiology is one of the fastest-changing landscapes closely affecting our communities. Professor Andrew Grulich, head of the HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program at Kirby Ins... The landscape of HIV epidemiology is one of the fastest-changing landscapes closely affecting our communities. Professor Andrew Grulich, head of the HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program at Kirby Institute, gives us a snapshot on the rates of HIV infections in Australia. The discussion explores HIV acquisitions in more detail and how we can work together better to end HIV.

Our second guest Professor Martin  Holt from the Centre for Social Research for Health in UNSW who manages the Gay Community Periodic Survey to discuss the results with us. He gives us some very interesting insight into the largest cross-sectional survey of gay men in Victoria.

Have a listen or download the podcast below.

Useful links:

The MI-EPIC Study (medicare ineligible) - provides a years' supply of PrEP for those who do not have access through medicare in New South Wales :
https://endinghiv.org.au/stay-safe/epic-nsw

Gay Community Periodic Survey :
https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/centre-social-research-health/our-projects/gay-community-periodic-surveys

PRONTO - free confidential rapid HIV testing for MSM :
http://pronto.org.au

Equinox - peer-led trans and gender diverse health service :
https://equinox.org.au

Kirby Institute - HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program :
https://kirby.unsw.edu.au/directory/hiv-epidemiology-and-prevention-program

Centre for Social Research for Health :
https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/csrh

 



This show, Episode #680 originally aired Thursday 25th July 2019.

Grab this and other podcasts from the Well, Well, Well team on iTunes | Spotify | or your favourite podcast platform - or head to joy.org.au/wellwellwell

Head to www.thorneharbour.org for more information about Thorne Harbour's LGBTI health and well-being services

Thorne Harbour is social! facebook: facebook.com/thorneharbour  |  twitter: @ThorneHarbour  |  instagram: @thorneharbour]]>
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