OUTinPerth is a free monthly newspaper focusing on diversity in sexuality and gender. You can find OUTinPerth at over 300 locations in Western Australia. Alongside our print publication we also publish stories online and through our social network platforms.
We cover a wide range of issues including local, national and international news, information about community groups and events, and the latest night life news.
Each month we talk to the most interesting people in the fields of politics, fashion, music and the arts. In OUTinPerth you’ll find conversations with everyone from the person down the street to superstars on the international stage.
OUTinPerth is proud to be involved in the community and supports a wide range of community groups and arts organisations including Pride WA, PGLAG and RTRFM.
Pride Western Australia Incorporated (Pride WA) is Western Australia’s largest community group, representing the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex community.
Originally incorporated in 1993 as Lesbian & Gay Pride (WA) Incorporated, Pride WA has its roots in the 1989 march on Parliament, during the contentious debate about the decriminalisation of sex between consenting men in WA.
Since then, Pride WA has grown to stage our community’s largest and favourite events and played an important role in campaigning for gay and lesbian law reform, which saw all State-based discriminatory laws abolished in 2002.
Pride WA has a rich history and we will be publishing a history section on our website soon.
This group seeks to provide networking opportunities for LGBTI professionals and Allies in Perth. The group was created to address the need for a socially inclusive professional network, catering to individuals of diverse orientations and identities. We have managed to maintain the diversity of attendees across the LGBTI community at our events.
The groups’s LGBTI professional networking events are open to anyone in a profession and are not limited to those with a particular education or career background.
The Third Wednesday is a casual gathering of LGBTI friends and supporters for drinks, nibbles and meeting new people. This event is run every third Wednesday of the month at The Brisbane Hotel from 6-8pm.
Wondersday is an all-inclusive not-for-profit networking group focused on discovering Perth venues whilst giving back to the community. They raise funds by running charity evenings.
Bears Perth aims to provide a comfortable environment for socialising and meeting new men and making friends.
Prime Timers Western Australia is a Social Networking organisation, Est. in 2003 for mature gay and bisexual men, however, Prime Timers Western Australia do not discriminate any man of legal age who would enjoy the company and comradeship of mature gay men are welcome.