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We are an autonomous collective of the University of Sydney Student Representative Council (SRC), and our primary function is political organising and advocacy on campus regarding LGBTQI+ issues.
The Queer Space is located on the Ground Floor of Manning House (A23), and is run by the USU. It is open during the hours that Manning House is open, on Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm.
Like QuAC, the Queer Space is autonomous (that means only open to) people who identify as LGBT+. Feel free to message our page, or any of the queer officers if you have any questions or general concerns! Homophobia, transphobia, racism, ableism and sexism will not be tolerated in the space, online and in real life.
If you have a grievance about a member of the Collective, please contact the queer officers and we will deal with it promptly.
If you need serious or urgent advice, you can contact: twenty10.org.au: 02 8594 9555. lifeline.org.au: 13 11 14. headspace.org.au. Emergency Services: 000
Yasmin Andrews and Ella Pash are the 2023 SRC Queer Officers.
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