Why LBQ women don’t use dental dams: Australian research on LBQ women’s sexual health

I had the pleasure of presenting at ACON’s Big Day In. ACON is NSW’s largest community-based gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) health and HIV/AIDS organisation; Big Day In is their annual staff development day. I turned up early to see the L Panel – several of the organisation’s fierce women who work across programs on lesbian and same-sex attracted women health. It was led by the lovely Alan Brotherton – who chairs ACON’s Lesbian Advisory Committee. My role for the day was to give a presentation on some of the work I’ve been doing in LBQ women’s health. I wanted to talk about: What we know about sexual behaviour and sexual health in LBQ women and women’s perceptions of STI risk, and then facilitate a discussion about what these research findings mean for health promotion.

Check out the slides

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