LGBTI - References

Tiffany Jones, Bonnie Hart, Morgan Carpenter, Gavi Ansara, William Leonard and Jayne Lucke (2016) Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia (Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, UK), page 12 citing OII Australia (2012) Intersex for Allieshttp://oii.org.au/21336/intersex-for-allies

ii Tiffany Jones, Bonnie Hart, Morgan Carpenter, Gavi Ansara, William Leonard and Jayne Lucke (2016) Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia (Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, UK), page 12 citing OII Australia (2012) Intersex for Allieshttp://oii.org.au/21336/intersex-for-allies

iii Tiffany Jones, Bonnie Hart, Morgan Carpenter, Gavi Ansara, William Leonard and Jayne Lucke (2016) Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia (Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, UK), page 12 citing: L. Carroll, (2005) ‘Intersex’ in J. T. Sears (Ed.), Youth, Education and Sexualities: An International Encyclopedia (Vol. One: A–J) (Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut), pages 440-444; A Dreger (2015) Galileo’s Middle Finger: Heretics, Activists, and the Search for Justice in Science (New York: Penguin); A Fausto-Sterling (1993) ‘The Five Sexes: Why Male and Female Are Not Enough. The Sciences, (March/April), pages 20-24 http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/j.2326-1951.1993. tb03081.x OII Australia (2012) Intersex for Allies http://oii.org.au/21336/intersex-for-allies

iv Australian Bureau of Statistics (2015) ‘States and Territories’ in 3301.0 - Births, Australia, 2014 (Australian Bureau of Statistics, Canberra) http://abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Latestproducts/3301.0Main%20Features52014?opendocument&tabname=Summary&prodno=3301.0&issue=2014&num=&view Accessed 11 July 2016.

v Vicky Coumbe and Damian Hannan, ACON (c2012) ‘Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex training for the aged care sector: participant workbook’ (ACON and National LGBTI Health Alliance, Sydney), page 6.

vi Vicky Coumbe and Damian Hannan, ACON (c2012) ‘Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex training for the aged care sector: participant workbook’ (ACON and National LGBTI Health Alliance, Sydney), page 6.

vii Vicky Coumbe and Damian Hannan, ACON (c2012) ‘Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex training for the aged care sector: participant workbook’ (ACON and National LGBTI Health Alliance, Sydney), page 6.

ix Australian Human Rights Commission (2015) ‘Resilient Individuals: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Intersex Rights (National Consultation Report) (Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney), page 18 . Australian Human Rights Commission (2015) Above n viii, page 18 citing as examples: J Mooney-Somers, R M Deacon, J Richters, K Price, S León de la Barra, K Schneider, G Prestage, S Clayton, N Parkhill, (2015) Women in contact with the gay and lesbian community in Sydney: Report of the Sydney Women and Sexual Health (SWASH) Survey 2006, 2008 and 2010 (ACON & VELiM, University of Sydney); W Leonard, M Pitts, A Mitchell, A Lyons, A Smith, S Patel, M Couch and A Barrett (2012) ‘Private Lives 2: The second national survey of the health and wellbeing of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) Australians’ Monograph Series Number 86, (The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne) http://www.glhv.org.au/sites/www.glhv.org.au/files/PrivateLives2Report.pdf; Z Hyde, M Doherty, PJM Tilley, KA McCaul, R Rooney, J Jancey, (2014) ‘The First Australian National Trans Mental Health Study: Summary of Results’ (School of Public Health, Curtin University, Perth).

x Roger Pebody, National AIDS Manual – AIDS Map (2010) ‘HIV transmission risk during anal sex 18 times higher than during vaginal sex’ (National AIDS Manual, UK) http://www.aidsmap.com/HIV-transmission-risk-during-anal-sex-18-times-higher-than-during-vaginal-sex/page/1446187/; James Wilton (2014) ‘Getting to the bottom of it: Anal sex, rectal fluid, and HIV transmission’ Prevention in Focus (Fall 2014) (Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange, Toronto) http://www.catie.ca/en/pif/fall-2014/getting-bottom-it-anal-sex-rectal-fluid-and-hiv-transmission.

xi Saimi Jeong (2016) ‘AIDS epidemic “over” in Australia, say peak bodies’ (11 July 2016) (Sydney Morning Herald) http://www.smh.com.au/national/aids-epidemic-over-in-australia-say-peak-bodies-20160710-gq2lqx.html.

xii Canberra Sexual Health Centre, ACT Health (no date) ‘M Clinic’ and ‘Strip Clinic’ in ‘Canberra Sexual Health Centre‘ (online) http://health.act.gov.au/our-services/sexual-health-sexual-assault Accessed 12 August 2016.

xiii Beyond Blue (2012) ‘In my shoes: Experiences of discrimination, depression and anxiety among gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex people’ (Market Research Summary) (Beyond Blue, Hawthorn West, Melbourne) http://resources.beyondblue.org.au/prism/file?token=BL/1013; Other statistics about depression and other mental illness among LGBTI people is available on the beyond blue webpage https://www.beyondblue.org.au/about-us/research-projects/statistics-and-references?sec=sec-lgbti Accessed 22 July 2016.

xiv M. Pitts et al. (2006) ‘Private Lives: A report on the wellbeing of GLBTI Australians’ (Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, LaTrobe University Melbourne).

xv D Di Ceglie (2000) ‘Gender Identity Disorder in Young People’ Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 2000; 6: pages 458-466 cited in Melissa Hobbs, Capital Health Network (forthcoming) ‘Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex (LGBTI) population’ in Population health needs assessment (Capital Health Network, Canberra) (advanced copy provided to the author).

xvi Tiffany Jones, Bonnie Hart, Morgan Carpenter, Gavi Ansara, William Leonard and Jayne Lucke (2016) Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia (Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, UK), pages 100-101.

xvii Tiffany Jones, Bonnie Hart, Morgan Carpenter, Gavi Ansara, William Leonard and Jayne Lucke (2016) Intersex: Stories and Statistics from Australia (Open Book Publishers, Cambridge, UK), page 100.

xviii In addition to health professionals, transgender people under the age of 18 require approval from the Family Court of Australia to access stage 2 (hormonal and surgical) treatment: Re: Jamie [2013] FamCAFC 110 (31 July 2013) interpreting and applying the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth), section 67ZC (welfare jurisdiction – as amended in 1995): http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/cases/cth/FamCAFC/2013/110.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=Re:%20Jamie%20[2013]%20FamCAFC.

xix W Leonard, et al (2012) ‘Private Lives 2: The second national survey of the health and wellbeing of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) Australians’ Monograph Series Number 86, (The Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society, La Trobe University, Melbourne), pages 27-28 http://www.glhv.org.au/sites/www.glhv.org.au/files/PrivateLives2Report.pdf

xx Lesbian women consulted for this framework reported this experience with their medical practitioners. Further to this, see ‘Do I need a Pap test if I am lesbian or bisexual?’ in ACT Health (2016) ‘Pap test FAQ’ (ACT Government, Canberra) (online) http://www.health.act.gov.au/healthy-living/cervical-screening/pap-tests/pap-test-faq

xxi Tim Wilson, Australian Human Rights Commission (2015) ‘Resilient Individuals: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Intersex Rights (National Consultation Report) (Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney), page 33 http://www.humanrights.gov.au/our-work/sexual-orientation-sex-gender-identity/publications/resilient-individuals-sexual.