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LGBTIQ Relationships and DV - 27 November 2015

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Transcript of LGBTIQ Relationships and DV - 27 November 2015

LGBTIQ Relationships & Domestic Violence
Safe Relationship Project
LGBTIQ Relationships & Domestic Violence
Inner City Legal Centre
Why LGBTIQ people
do not access services?

LGBTIQ community lack of knowledge about DFV
cultural reasons
invisibility
homophobia &
transphobia
discrimination
lack of LGBTIQ services & safe identified mainstream services
LGBTIQ history with
police & justice system
Safety fears
intersection LGBTIQ with otherness
OUTING
LGBTIQ lived experience
Outing is a
BIG
deal

DV happens in LGBTIQ
relationships at similar rates
LGBTIQ people significantly
under report
Limited DV services for LGBTIQ people
Sexuality, gender identity and intersex status used as tactics/weapons especially devastating
What to take away from today
Safe Room - Downing Centre
Court Support
Legal Advice and casework - many legal issues
Statewide Service
Safe Relationships Project, Inner City Legal Centre

LGBTIQ Identities
Lesbian
Gay
Bisexual
Transgender
Intersex
Sexualities
Gender
Identities
Sex
Gender Queer
Pansexual
Trans woman
Trans man
Gender diverse
Cis-gendered
Heterosexual
Male
Female
Referrals to non-legal services
Safe and appropriate referrals for LGBTIQ clients
The Gender Centre
ACON
OII Australia
Qlife
www.oii.org.au
For services:
"A short guide to making your service Intersex friendly"
Heaps of online info and resorces

For clients:

online resources
links to a range of support including peer and family support
In Sydney call: (02) 9569 2366
Out of Sydney Metro call: 1800 069 115
www.gendercentre.org.au
For services:
training, information, resources and info kits
For transgender and gender diverse clients:
support and case management
counselling
outreach
information and resources

www.qlife.org.au
telephone counselling and online chat
every evening
5:30pm to 10:30pm
Australia wide
1800 184 527
For services:

Safe Place Project - free and supported organisational auditing to work towards inclusive service delivery, statewide promotion to LGBTIQ community on facebook and website
training and education
For clients:
Anti Violence Project - reporting domestic violence and homophobic violence
counselling and social work support
housing support
HIV and health services and education
violence reporting
www.acon.org.au
(02) 9206 2000
Free call: 1800 063 060
www.iclc.org.au
(02) 9332 1966
Free call: 1800 244 481
Another Closet
UNSW Research
Queer
What does Domestic
Violence look like?
DV occurs at
similar rates
Same abuse: psychological,
emotional, financial,
physical, sexual
Perpetrator tactics: the same with an added weapon - sexuality, gender identity, intersex status
Gendered myths are extremely dangerous to victim safety and seeking support
Significantly
under report
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