May is the international month against homophobia & transphobia. Here are tips on dealing with these kinds of incidents:
TEN81 in Pretoria now offers (free!) Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C testing. Here’s why you should consider getting tested:
Hepatitis B and hepatitis C are infectious viral diseases that affect the liver. They can be spread through sexual contact (unprotected anal sex, oral sex), and gay, bi and other men who have sex with men (MSM) are at higher risk of infection.
OUT’s TEN81 clinic and office will be open and staffed with a nurse until Friday 23 December 2016. We will re-open on Tuesday 3 January 2017.
If you need urgent counselling while we are closed, please contact the 24 hour LifeLine national counselling line on 0861 322 322.
We wish our clients, supporters, suppliers, partners, funders and the LGBTI community a festive and safe holiday season – and a fantastic New Year!
It was an explosion of pink pride! OUT and the TEN81 Centre’s stalls were a hive of activity as members of the LGBT+ community came out for Pretoria Pride 2016 in Centurion on Saturday 1 October.
One of South Africa’s oldest LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) organisations has launched a striking campaign to promote its unique clinic in Tshwane, and to celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community.
The “Tribes” campaign for OUT LGBT Well-being’s TEN81 Centre in Hatfield makes use of cartoon characters that represent a variety of subcultures within the LGBT community, known as “tribes”. Eight characters have been created by acclaimed Cape Town-based illustrator Roberto Millan.