The latest in LGBTIQ sports news

#TransDayOfVisibility & Launch of TransHub

Trans Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is an event occurring annually on 31 March dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide, as well as a celebration of their contributions to society.

Transgender and Gender Diverse people aged 18 and over are nearly eleven times more likely to attempt suicide, eighteen times more likely to think about suicide, and are nearly 5 times more likely to be diagnosed with depression in their lifetime compared to the general population.

Sport should be a safe and welcoming environment for people with diverse genders and sexualities, and we aim so help sporting codes to achieve this, across Australia.

Beau Newell
National Program Manager
Pride in Sport – ACON’s Pride inclusion Programs


Learn & Celebrate


Developed by LGBTI Health Alliance, This document aims to provide a snapshot of what is known of the current mental health and wellbeing outcomes of LGBTI people in Australia.

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Trans Blueprint

This blueprint outlines the key approaches required to improve the health outcomes of trans and gender diverse people and to strengthen the inclusion of TGD people within ACON’s programs and services.

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Sport Guidelines

Sport Australia partnered with the Australian Human Rights Commission and COMPPS to develop Guidelines for the inclusion of transgender and gender diverse people in sport.



Language Guide

ACON’s Language Guide for Trans and Gender Diverse Inclusion explains key terms and offers examples of preferred language that can help us build safer, more inclusive environments for trans and gender diverse communities across Australia.

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Use this opportunity to show your support for trans and gender diverse people, and purchase trans pride pins and help support ACON’s Pride Inclusion Programs continue its great work.



Media Guide

Writing a media release?
Pride in Sport encourages the use of the Australian Press Council’s Advisory Guideline for Reporting on persons with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics.

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TransHub is Here

WATCH NOW: We are proud to bring you TransHub, ACON’s digital information and resource platform for all trans and gender diverse people in NSW, our loved ones, allies and health providers.

We are proud to bring you TransHub, a digital information and resource platform for all trans and gender diverse (TGD) people in NSW, our loved ones, allies and health providers.

This platform is an initiative from ACON, NSW’s leading health organisation specialising in community health, inclusion and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders.

TransHub offers the information that many of us so desperately needed, but didn’t have access to as we grew up or grew toward our most authentic selves.

CLICK HERE to visit TransHub

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Pride in Sport is a national not-for-profit program that assists sporting organisations and clubs with the inclusion of LGBTIQ employees, players, volunteers and spectators. It is part of ACON’s Pride Inclusion Programs, which provides a range of services to employers, sporting organisations and service providers with support in all aspects of LGBTIQ inclusion. All funds generated through membership and ticketed events go back into the work of Pride in Sport, actively working alongside sporting organisations, clubs and participants to make Australian sport inclusive of LGBTIQ communities.