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Relationships and sexual health

Safe sex means looking after your sexual health and learning how to stay safe.

To be sexually healthy you need to take care of your health, your decisions about sex, and your partner’s health.

To organise a sexual health check, search for a local sexual health service.

Check a list of sexual health programs and projects for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.

Relationships and sexuality

Find information on relationships and sexuality, including:

  • respectful relationships
  • same sex relationships
  • dating and friendships
  • sexting.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI)

The Queensland Association for Healthy Communities (QAHC) runs the 2 Spirits program which aims to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTI people.

More information on LGBTI health matters is available by contacting:

  • QAHC on 1800 177 434
  • Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Brisbane on (07) 3017 1739.

Relationships Australia Queensland

Relationships Australia Queensland aims to improve relationships within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities by providing relationship advice, counselling and education.

For more information, contact Relationships Australia Queensland on 1300 364 277.

Sexually transmitted infection (STI)

Find out more about sexually transmitted diseases (STIs): it's better to know.

Brisbane Indigenous Youth Health Service

Brisbane’s Indigenous Youth Health Service helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Queensland with their health needs. Services include free:

  • sexual health education and condoms
  • advice on STIs
  • healing and relationship advice.

For more information visit Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Services.

Contraception and pregnancy

True Relationships and Reproductive Health (formerly Family Planning Queensland) can help you with information about contraception and pregnancy, including advice on teenage and unplanned pregnancies. It also has a drop-in service for yong people.

Helpful links

The Line: Respect Each Other

Learn about health and respectful relationships, and how to deal with issues like bullying on The Line.

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Last updated:
28 February 2017
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