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FUSE Magazine has been one of Australia's most trusted and loved LGBTIQ+ publications for over 15 years. FUSE activities include our quarterly magazine, popular website and the LGBTIQ DIRECTORY along with a strong social media presence.
FUSE is a high-quality LGBTIQ+ lifestyle magazine printed quarterly and online. Each issue offers our readers a broad range of interesting and informative articles, features and photo spreads. Our content covers everything from entertainment to politics, news, fashion and grooming, fitness and health, arts and travel, revie...
Melbourne Bay Living in beualtiful Sandringham with a period twist. With its contemporary style enriched with a period twist, this apartment offers an unparalleled living experience by the bay. Whether you're relaxing in the vast living area, cooking in the modern kitchen, or enjoying the sea breeze from the private courtyards, this home exudes elegance and comfort.
To most same-sex couples, your ceremony is the most important part of your big day, so of course, marriage celebrants are a big part of this. Here are two trusted Celebrants that can help make your day perfect.
If you’re looking for LGBTQIA+ travel information or accommodation in Australia then the GALTA website should be your first port of call.
Gay and Lesbian Tourism Australia lists LGBTQIA+ welcoming companies to offer you airfares, accommodation (hotels, resorts, apartments, B&B & more), cars, tours, transfers, cruises, clubs & attractions.
Foster carers are single, married or in a de-facto relationship, renting or owning a home, working full-time, part-time or even not working. With or without children, young or old.
Whatever their background, what all foster carers have in common is an ability and a desire to provide safe, nurturing homes that can make a huge difference to a vulnerable child's life.
Foster care requires flexibility, commitment, patience and, yes, some hard work. It can be challenging, but it's also extremely rewarding.
As a foster parent, you can make an important difference to a child's life at a t...
Let's Talk... We are here to help you! If you - or someone you know - are thinking about about suicide then talking to somebody that you trust is a good start, but there are many things that you can do to keep yourself safe and to work through the tough times.
Talk to someone you trust
This can be a family member or friend, a colleague, teacher, minister, your local doctor, or an anonymous 24-hour telephone counselling service such as Lifeline on 13 11 14.
Exercising and eating well can help you to feel better and manage difficult life events.
Avoid drugs and alcohol
Heading out on the town, meeting new people or going on a holiday should be all about creating unforgettable memories and having a (pleasurable) blast. But let’s face it — nobody wants to worry about unexpected health issues ruining the fun. That’s where insurance comes in handy, in the form of an MPOX vaccine.