Adelaide University Pride exists as a social group for people who identify as queer (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex), those who are questioning their sexuality, and their friends. We’re based in the George Duncan Room, affectionately known as the ‘Rainbow Room’ (Union House, Level 6) and meet fortnightly during term for an informal catch-up. Our AGM is held every March, where our membership elect a board responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the club. Throughout the year we run movie nights, pub crawls and advocacy, events all with the aim of providing a voice for the queer students of Adelaide University.
For those struggling to come to terms with their sexuality or for those who find this all a bit daunting, we also offer a peer-to-peer support service, and our network includes one-on-one meetings, regular social events and gatherings, introductions and help with accessing counselling information. If you’re finding it hard to think straight at uni, then Adelaide University Pride is the place for you!
For more information contact: Executive: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer-To-Peer Support Program: email@example.com
The Adelaide University Queer Support officer can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
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