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MaXXX Black Adult Fun and ACON partner up a few times a year to bring you an exclusive night of titillating and informative fun and fantasy for women and trans people who love women! This event promises the answers to those delicate questions about sex, fantasy, play and more.
A social & support group for Italian Australian women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, intersex or queer.Contact Details: email@example.com / 0408 137 037
An organization which provides an opportunity for bisexual and bisexual friendly people to meet together in welcoming, comfortable, safe, and friendly spaces. One of the aspects of our group that we pride ourselves upon is that we don't discriminate against anyone for whatever reason. The founding group of our community is the Sydney Bisexual Network (SBN) who mainly get together for both socialising and fun times but also meet for serious discussions. We'd like to think everybody can get something out of SBN: new friends, worthwhile information, or bi pride. SBN is not a counselling service (though we'll always have sympathetic ears) and we are also not a "pick-up club" or swingers group. People meet friends and even lovers at SBN, but we aim for a harassment-free social space where we can relate to each other, educate each other, and have fun. Bi-NSW Inc. acts as the focal point for all Bi groups in the Sydney region. So if you need information about any Bi group or activity in Sydney we should be able to help you out.
Lesbian Open House
Lesbian Open House bills itself as a free, informal discussion group open to all who identify as lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual or just don’t know. Our weekly topics vary - from the very serious to the seriously silly. Our weekly meetings take place at The Womens Library - 8 Brown St, Newtown (just behind the public library) - every Tuesday night from 7pm. Discussions normally go for an hour then we head to a local hotel for a drink and a chat. For more information you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org You can also join the Lesbian Open House group on Facebook. You can see the topics we have previously discussed and contribute you own thoughts.
Lower North Shore Queer Women's Social Events
For Queer Women who are interested in Coffee/Tea, Conversation and Making New Friends, Who are in Sydney's Lower North Shore Area (or are willing to travel to Crows Nest). Enquiries: email@example.com
LOTL Magazine was first published in 1989 and started off as an 8 page newsletter, but times have certainly changed and LOTL Magazine is now a glossy monthly lesbian publication and also a Cafe! And guess what? While you relax and sip on your mug of warm coffee the LOTL workers are out the back passionately typing away to create the next months issue of LOTL!
Our cafe is a lesbian owned and managed cafe and maintains that we are a GLBTQ friendly space. We want to welcome YOU to come along and grab the latest issue of LOTL Magazine.
Make sure you stay for our beautifully made organic tea and coffee. and have a browse through our queer books and music selection which are all available for purchase.
L.I.P.P.S - Lesbians In Parramatta Park Socialising
LIPPS is a monthly lesbian family friendly picnic held at Parramatta Park (play area near Westmead Entrance), at 11am on the last Sunday of every month. Contact Cumberland Women's Health Centre. Tel: 9689 3044
REAL Illawarra- Respect and Equality Amongst Lesbians, Illawarra. A lesbian group who provide social events and support for lesbians in the Illawarra.
Parramatta Lesbian Social Group has been formed to unite lesbians and bi-sexual women who work, live or socialise in the Parramatta area. Our regular outings include: coffee, nightlife, bowling, picnics, pool party, lingerie party, festivals, live bands, rock climbing, movies, dancing, dinner etc.
If you are a crossdresser residing in NSW and would like to have contact with other crossdressers, then you may wish to consider joining the Seahorse Society. We have regular monthly meetings, occasional restaurant nights and the famous Seahorse Ball once a year. More importantly, we offer support and guidance for fellow crossdressers and their partners and families.
With the Girls
This group is for Women who like women and want to meet other like minded women - face to face - in a fun, friendly and safe enviroment. If Clubs and Pubs are no longer cutting it for you, then we run fun events like "Mix & Mingle", "Learn to play Poker", "Speed-dating" and many more, as well as fun trips away. Why not join us and join in the fun??!!
Since it's commencement in 1995, the Amazon Tennis Club has been a major organisation in the lesbian sporting community. With weekly competition and social tennis being held all year round, the Amazon Tennis Club has also been a great outlet for social activity amongst the Sydney lesbian community. It continues to foster tennis talent as well as facilitating social events. (Womberdown Tennis has been consolidated with Amazon Tennis).
Sydney's best known lesbian football (aka soccer) club run by women for women. Their ethos is to have fun playing football and enjoy ourselves down the pub after! You don’t have to be gay to play…. they won’t hold it against you ;o)
A group which organises monthly day rides as well as weekends away. They at least 2 magical places that we can escape to and be ourselves that include, raging fires, great food, water bomb fights after breakfast and a beautiful motorcycle ride to boot - bliss! Set within the Australian native landscape and all within a short walk for a swim or to canoe in either a huge salt water lake or a river. They are also more than willing to assist the Learner and Provisional licence holders who are always more than welcomed and catered for.
Do you have a PUSSY and own a PUSHY? Then join us for the RIDE of your LIFE!
If you're sick of the bitchy scene and want to meet people without the drama, then Bitchz on Bikes is the group for you. We are a Generation NEXT group of queer women who get together once a month for bicyle rides around sydney, BBQs, lesbian movie nights, and other functions and events where we can socialize in a laid-back atmosphere.
Surf Chix, formed in 2006, as a group of Sydney mates escaping the city to have some fun and surf un-crowded waves in beautiful locations. It grew into a surf and social gathering for lesbians happening every month! We’re all about fun, good times, surfing and meeting new mates in a safe, relaxed and totally comfortable like-minded environment. Pack your bag, jump in the car and travel with us on a surf safari up and down the east coast of Australia. Surf great waves, meet new girls, make new friends enjoy campfire dinners and learn to surf if you don't already know how. Whether you’re a beginner or expert come along and join us sharing great waves and happy days in great company!
The Sydney Spectres incluces 4 registered teams, playing in a local competition run by the City of Sydney Basketball Association. Teams consist of both novice and experienced players, all with a passion for basketball. Bounce your way into fun and fitness, make contact and be a part of the Sydney Spectres Gay & Lesbian Basketball Club!
Established in 1995 by Amanda Hill, the Sydney Women's Baseball League Incorporated (the League) is celebrating thirteen years of providing a baseball competition for women of metropolitan Sydney. Women of all ages and skills come along every Sunday in winter to have a swing, get their eye in and test out their arm. Whilst we have many competitive players who will give you a good run for your money, some of our members are new to the sport, perhaps having only ever played softball or cricket. The League prides itself on its friendly, relaxed and healthily competitive vibe. Every Sunday, rain or shine, the Committee ensures that the BBQ is fired-up and that players and spectators are well-fed. Friends and family are always welcome to come along to support the games, cheer on the teams and to spend a beautiful afternoon in the winter sun. Although we are based at Moore Park, near The Entertainment Quarter, women have been known to travel from all corners of the greater Sydney region to join us - spanning the Northern Beaches, the west, the Shire and the Hills.
A volunteer based community service providing free, anonymous and confidential telephone counselling, information, coming out groups & referral services and support groups for gay men, lesbians, bisexual and transgender persons (GLBT) throughout New South Wales on sexuality and life issues.
Committed to developing and providing services and activities which enhance the ability of people with gender issues to make informed choices. The Gender Centre provides a Social & Support Service for clients. This service includes Drop-Ins, Workshops, Support Groups, Outings and Social Events which are organised at regular intervals throughout the year. The Gender Centre is also committed to educating the public and providers about the needs of people with gender issues. We offer a wide range of services to people with gender issues, their partners, families and friends in New South Wales. We also act as an education, support, training and referral ⁄ resource Centre to other Organizations and Service Providers. We specifically aim to provide a high quality service which acknowledges human rights and ensures respect and confidentiality.
Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service of NSW - A safe and friendly place to meet and gain support while coming to terms with your sexual identity or, if you already identify as lesbian, a place to meet and socialise in a non-threatening situation. Group meets at 43 Bedford Street, Newtown, 2nd & 4th Thursdays at 7pm Sharp. For more info call 02 8594 9596 between 5.30pm and 10.30pm 7 days.
The C-Word is a monthly support and information evening (run by ACON) for lesbians who have been diagnosed with cancer, and their partners. The evenings have monthly topics and special guest presenters.