Need help with sex, sexuality, gender or trans questions?There are national as well as state and territory-based services with volunteers and staff who have had personal experience of or training in dealing with LGBTQI problems.
However, the proportion of people reporting no religion increased to 30 per cent in 2016 - up from 22 per cent five years ago, and nearly double the 16 per cent in 2001.* Australians are getting older with 664,473 additional people aged 65 and over since 2011.
Out of Australia’s population of 23.4 million people, 7,040,700 people identify as having no religion.
If you’re looking to talk to someone about sex, sexuality or gender but you’re outside the local call area of capital cities, you can contact the number/website below to get connected with your local sexuality and gender support service.
QLife A national service that aims to keep LGBTQI communities supported and connected.
Telephone legal advice is available for preliminary information, advice and referrals.
Advice is usually restricted to a client's basic legal rights and obligations about a particular situation.
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