Welcome. This is a space intended to provide ethnic LGBT+ people with the resources to help them navigate the specific challenges they may face in coming out to their families and to provide them with a supportive ethnic LGBT+ network. Together, let’s share our stories.
is defined and understood as a population subgroup with a common national or cultural tradition within a larger national or cultural group.
refers to anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and all other groups of sex and gender diverse individuals. Everyone is welcomed and celebrated here.
Stories by our community
Ethnic LGBT+ is proud to be a primary supporter and co-convenor of the Human Dignity Festival 2018. From the 16th - 22nd of November Planet Ally, Ethnic LGBT+ and the Social Good Outpost are bringing together 7 phenomenal human rights leaders and activists from around...
Melbourne | September 21-23 | 2018 Australia's GLBTIQ Multicultural Committee (AGMC) are hosting their national conference centred on all things Ethnic LGBTIQ related, early bird registration closes this month (August) and the line up of Michael Ebeid, Roj Amedi,...
Please share and continue talking about the importance of equality for all people regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, age, disability etc.
There is an unspoken tension between my parents and I in my Indian household as Australia’s postal vote on legalising same-sex marriage is delivered into our mailbox.
The literature in Australia remains limited on the experiences of its culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD)/Ethnic and sexual and gender diverse (LGBT+) population.
Hi there. This is my story, and it is intertwined with my personal struggle with mental health issues.
We believe stories save lives. Ethnic LGBT+ is intended to be a safe place for the stories of the culturally and linguistically (CALD) LGBTIQA+ community.
Tell your story
We invite you to share your story.
You can share any aspect of your life that you feel comfortable to do so.
Others share with us their stories of coming out. Some share moments of triumph, others moments of pain. We ask that you share only what you feel comfortable with.
You can remain anonymous.
For help services please reach out to Lifeline or similar support services in your area.