Gay Dads Australia This website has information and resources for gay men who are fathers or who want to have children. National LBGTI Health Alliance This national organisation provides health-related programs, services and research focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people LGBTI and other sexuality-diverse, gender-diverse and body-diverse people and communities. Phone 02 OUTspoken families: A resource kit for rainbow families Written by Jacqui Tomlins, this kit collates stories from rainbow families to help them deal with daily challenges and bigger concerns. The kit also provides insights for service providers so that they can offer their LGBTI clients a respectful and informed service. Phone , 3 pm-midnight, seven days a week.
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A family is a unit where adults care for children with love. That might be 2 mums living together, or 2 dads. It might mean a single gay or lesbian parent. It might mean there are surrogates and donors involved. The number of rainbow families in Australia is growing, and they are becoming more accepted.
In , we saw the Australian Census of Population and Housing recognise same-sex marriages for the first time. It is in this contradictory context that we are aiming to capture complete data on the physical, mental and social wellbeing of Australian children with at least one same-sex attracted parent through a national research project, the Australian Study of Child Health in Same-Sex Families ACHESS. Here, we bring a fresh perspective to the concept of same-sex parented families in Australia by posing key research questions and drawing from the history of same-sex parenting and the present experience of these families in Australia.