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For as long as I can remember, the rainbow flag has always been a symbol of hope for my community.

To me, rainbows represent happiness and positivity. They are filed with an array of endless bright colours which I thought represented the wide -ranging spectrum of gender and sexuality.

It wasn’t until recently when I stumbled across an article written by Thad Morgan for the ‘History’ channel’, that I discovered the true origin of how the rainbow flag came to represent such an iconic symbol of hope for the LGBTQI+ community.… Read the rest

Who doesn’t love the headspace website? The work this NFP organisation does on-line, in schools and through their own headspace centres is so cool. They provide up-to-date, genuine, fact-based information around mental health and other important issues affecting young people.

Recently I came across one of their articles that I thought was worth sharing.… Read the rest


Gender identity is how a person feels and who they know them self to be when it comes to their gender. There are more than two genders, even though in our society the genders that are most recognized are male and female (called the gender binary) and usually is based on the genitals they were born with.… Read the rest