Servicing the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community

OUT provides direct health services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, MSM, sex workers, and injecting drug users, including HIV testing, counselling, treatment and general lifestyle advice and support.

OUT has been in existence for more than 21 years and is dedicated to the building of healthy and empowered LGBT communities in South Africa and internationally, while reducing hetrosexism and homophobia in society.

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HATE CRIME EXHIBITION IN PMB

The exhibition will also encourage individuals and communities to take the initiative to report such incidents should they experience or witness it.

The exhibition comprises panels of personal stories and testimonies, photographs, campaign posters, videos, fact sheets and a hate crime resource booklet.

The following are events that will be take place as part of the exhibition:

Panel discussion on hate crimes against lesbians. This will include a discussion on the book by Alleyn Diesel “Claiming the L-Word” – 27 February @ 11am @ KZN Museum

Interfaith discussion on religion and sexuality from Muslim and Christian perspective. Speakers: Iman Mushin Hendricks & Professor Gerald West: 3 March @ 10am @ KZN Museum

Documentaries. These will screened throughout the day at the exhibition: It Gets Better South, The History of LGBT Rights at the UN, Paragraph 175, and Fitrah – @ KZN Museum

Drama performance on hate crimes – 6 March @ 6pm. Venue to be confirmed.

Gender & Sexuality and Hate Crime workshops @ 10am @ KZN Museum

Tours are available to schools and groups. For more information please contact Zama Khanyile at 033 342 6165 / info@gaylesbiankzn.org.

Services
Have you been threatened, hit, raped or had your property damaged or stolen because you are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex (LGBTI)? Then you have been a victim of a hate crime.
OUT offers exciting training to mainstream service providers and other interested parties. The training assists individuals to understand themselves as sexual beings.
Currently OUT distributes safer sex packs to a range of venues in Tshwane that are utilised by gay men and lesbian women. These packs also include responsible sex messaging, appropriate barrier methods and lube.
OUT's Engage Men’s Health project offers free and confidential sexual health services to gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM).