What is OutBlack?
Koorie Gay & Transgender Sister Girls Social / Support Group of Victoria
OUTBLACK caters to Indigenous Australians / Torres Strait Islander Gay & Transgender Sister Girls living in Victoria.
All Indigenous Australian / Torres Strait Islander Gay and Transgender Sister Girls are welcome with their partners and friends for social functions and outings.
OUTBLACK has a Support Group which meets to discuss issues and strategies in the advancement and interest of the group. Members are welcome to participate. Venues for activities are communicated by mail or phone.
Why have a group?
It allows our members to meet other Indigenous Gay and Transgender Sister Girls on common ground, to talk about issues that they can relate to with each other. Members are encouraged to play an active part in the establishment and development of the group.
To improve the life-style for Indigenous Gay and Transgender Sister Girls living in Victoria.
To provide, educational information on issues for our members.
To encourage and foster the establishment of an access point where our members can be heard.
To raise awareness of issues and concerns so as to develop a greater understanding of our members within the Koori and wider community.
To provide to our members an resource for information / education in relationship to H.I.V. / A.I.D.S and sexual health for Indigenous Australian & Torres Strait Islander people.
For contact information please phone or write to:
C/- Victorian Aboriginal Community
Controlled Health Organisation Inc.
5 - 7 Smith St.
Fitzroy, Victoria 3065
Or Phone: 0415 755 504
Ask for: bryan Andy - Convenor
All Names and Addresses are kept confidential.
NO MEMBERSHIP FEE