VIC-PAH (Victorian Pups And Handlers) is a group for all Victorian Pups and Handlers, male, female, straight or gay, no discrimination.
All are welcome. VIC-PAH has regular munches, and regular moshes.
VIC-PAH is strictly a social group, to encourage safe, sane, and respectful friendships and networks.
Dykes on Bikes Melbourne Inc is an incorporated association for lesbian motorcyclists, operating as a not for profit organisation registered with Consumer Affairs Victoria. Their mission is to provide an informal, not for profit club for lesbian women who ride motorcycles.
Down an' Dirty is a website that is reviewed by medical professionals and experts on the different sex practices. It is designed as a general guide for you.
The website gives you the opportunity to interact and ask the questions that you have always wanted to ask in regards to different sexual practices or you can read the questions that other guys have asked before.
VAC was formed in 1983 as a central part of the Victorian community response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. VAC continues to lead the response by providing a range of services which include prevention education, treatment and care of PLHIV and counselling services. We continue to evolve in response to the epidemic with robust business systems and an ever-changing strategic response and continuing dedication to our vision and service philosophy.
Living Positive Victoria is a not for profit, community based organisation representing all people living with HIV in Victoria since 1988 and is committed to the advancement of human rights and wellbeing of all people living with HIV.
Living Positive Victoria works closely in partnership with a range of HIV-sector and other organisations to deliver a comprehensive and coordinated response to the needs of PLHIV in Victoria, nationally and internationally.
Phone: 1800 184 527
Switchboard Victoria Incorporated is a volunteer organisation which provides a telephone counselling, referral and information service for the Victorian and Tasmanian lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) communities. We are also pleased to extend this service to family and friends of LGBTIQ individuals as well as health and welfare professionals with LGBTIQ clients.
Switchboard's service is free, anonymous and confidential. Our phones are staffed by trained volunteers who themselves are LGBTIQ.
Phone: 1800 184 527
QLife is Australia’s first nationally-oriented counselling and referral service for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex (LGBTI). QLife provides nation-wide, early intervention, peer supported telephone and web based services, including online real time chat support, to people of all ages across the full breadth of people’s bodies, genders, relationships, sexualities, and lived experiences.
Melbourne’s Gender Diverse Community TV Program Bent TV continues to be a non-profit, volunteer based, organisation, funded solely from memberships, donations, sponsorship and fundraising events. Run completely by volunteers Bent TV is an organisation made for the community, by the community.
63 Johnston Street
(03) 9495 6589
Melbourne's sexuality and gender diverse (queer) bookshop is set off Brunswick Street in the heart of Spanishtown at 63 Johnston Street, Fitzroy. With a huge range of fiction and non-fiction titles, coffee table books, erotica, DVDs, cards and the latest magazines from around the world, as well as tickets to all the main queer events, Hares & Hyenas is the one-stop shop for all your queer reading and entertainment needs.