Haemosexual Australia

 Haemosexual Australia      Haemosexual Australia has been founded for two main purposes.   Firstly, we will be adding our voice and knowledge of the unique issues concerning gay and bi-sexual people with bleeding disorders, which are currently not discussed. No longer will we be out of sight out of mind. We are here and our lives are as important […]

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Haemosexual Is Going Down Under

What’s that you say Skip?     Haemosexual is going Down Under…   Survivor? Victim? Activist? Teacher? Fighter? I could apply all of the above labels to my life so far but the one I prefer to use is “Human being.” From the moment HIV / AIDS emerged, sexuality and sexual health became almost off limits within the bleeding disorder […]

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Prejudice and Pride: The People’s History of LGBTQ Britain

In 2017 we have seen many disturbing events targeting the global LGBT community and our human rights. From concentration camps in Chechnya to Indonesia’s authoritarian mission to erase anything LGBT related from society. We must not forget the resignation of Vitit Muntarbhorn, the UN’s first Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.  All […]

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Christmas & New Year 2017

  Haemosexual wishes you a peaceful Christmas and New Year Christmas is a time when many people get together with their families, friends and loved ones. The annual ritual of binge eating, drinking and festivities accompanied by commercial excesses is an extremely stressful and lonely period in the year. But for many the things we take for granted are not […]

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Remembrance Day 2017

Armistice Day: Two minutes’ silence marks remembrance Millions of people have fallen silent to remember the nation’s war dead, as the UK marks Armistice Day. Big Ben, which has been silent since August while repair work is carried out, chimed at 11:00 GMT. Events have been held around the country to mark the 99th anniversary of the end of World […]

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European Haemophilia Consortium – Haemophilia Stories

The European Haemophilia Consortium (EHC) is an international non-profit organisation that represents 45 national patients’ organisations of people with rare bleeding disorders from 27 Member States of the European Union (EU) and most Member States of the Council of Europe. The EHC represents approximately 90,000 people diagnosed with a rare bleeding condition such as haemophilia, von Willebrand Disease (VWD) and other […]

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Sophie Cook & LGBT+ News

  SOPHIE COOK’S LGBT NEWS       Keep up to date with other LGBT+ items on Latest TV     Published on 9 Aug 2017 A dog walker and groomer from Brighton has won Mr. Gay Europe.  Matt Rood, named Mr. Gay England after a nationwide contest, competed against other national winners over 5 days in stockholm sweden.  Mr […]

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