Dani Leever: ‘being queer or gender-queer isn’t just a box, it’s a limitless ways to express who you are as a person’
In grade 6 in primary school, when my friends would talk about having crushes on boys in school, I realised that I kind of had crushes on everyone… that’s when I started to think I might be different.
Who can help when your relationship breaks down
Never ‘go it alone’ – getting support after a break up can improve your mental health.
May Lyn Ly: ‘there’s nothing wrong with questioning your gender identity or sexuality.’
One of my older friends came out to me which really made me start thinking about feelings I had toward people of the same sex that I’d always brushed off until then.
Ways to deal with tough times
We all go through rough patches – here are some practical tips to get through them with a few less bumps.
James Bush: ‘be comfortable being who you are – that’s all that matters’
I really started thinking about my gender when I was 8 years old. It was when I was 16, so in about year 9, when I started really questioning my sexuality.
A toolkit for when you, or someone you know, feels like self harming
A lot of young people self harm for different reasons. It might feel like it helps in the short term, but can leave people feeling worse long run.
From ‘Ace’ to ‘Ze’ – an LGBTIQA+ glossary
Ever wondered what 'genderqueer' means? Check out this glossary of gender diversity and sexuality terms.