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Family Violence Royal Commission will examine violence in LGBTI families

// March 2nd, 2015 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

@paulkidd tweets Victoria’s #familyviolenceRC will examine violence in #LGBTI families. Good work @MartinFoleyMP @VACorg @VGLRL. http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/local-news/victoria-news/victorian-royal-commission-will-examine-family-violence-in-lgbti-communities/133090 — “Excellent level of inclusion”, says VICAVP. “Too often government initiatives skim over LGBTI community needs and only address violence against the wider Victoria community as if we don’t exist. Kudos Martin Foley and Daniel Andrews”.

Happy 18th Birthday to us!

// January 20th, 2015 // No Comments » // AVP news, Media discussion, Within Australia, Within Victoria

We want to invite you to a birthday. Its ours! Instead of bringing presents, we want your words. Eighteen years ago today, the Anti-Violence Project had its foundation public meeting at the Victorian AIDS Council/Gay Men’s Health Centre in South Yarra and we incorporated as an independent community-led peak organisation. Since then, we’ve had many […]

Discussion: Why preferring to date one race over another makes you racist.

// December 11th, 2014 // No Comments » // Uncategorized

Single gay guys who prefer one race to another aren’t “picky.” They’re racist. Here’s why, according to Jerry Plaza (RealJock, December 8, 2014). Plaza writes that there’s a difference between a type and a generalization. “Everyone has a type. Our types are the first ones we look at in the room. Some guys prefer blondes […]

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