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October 2017

Menslink Midweeker featuring Joel Wilson

October 11 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Gryphons Caffe & Bar, 16 Barker Street
Griffith, ACT 2603 Australia
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Joel Wilson is a local LGBTIQ advocate who is studying Bachelor of Science at ANU under a Pinnacle Foundation Scholarship. The Pinnacle foundation supports Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex and Queer students who are marginalised or disadvantaged, by providing financial scholarships and mentors. Joel has faced plenty of challenges while coming out and transitioning. He says “I started life as a little girl ... I came out as a lesbian, I then came out as a trans man and then as a queer trans man".

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November 2017

Menslink Midweeker featuring Rod Cuddihy

November 8 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Gryphons Caffe & Bar, 16 Barker Street
Griffith, ACT 2603 Australia
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Rod (one half of the hugely successful Rod and Kristen radio show) has been a radio personality for over ten years in four States across Australia.   Rod is an amazing guy with an amazing story who has (for some weird reason) decided that a 9am start would be better than a 4am start, hanging up the microphone to take the job as content director for both MIX 106.3 and HIT 104.7. His first job was to find his own replacement!   Come along and hear his story... Midweekers are available to women and men of all ages who want to come and listen to inspiring stories from our local men, as well as to understand some of the key issues facing young guys in our region. You don’t have to be a guy to come to a Midweeker – just interested in supporting young guys and their families. Hopefully we can see you…

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December 2017

Menslink Midweeker Featuring John Bale

December 6 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Gryphons Caffe & Bar, 16 Barker Street
Griffith, ACT 2603 Australia
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John Bale joined the Australian Army in 2002 with a schoolmate who was later killed by an improvised explosive device in 2008.  Wanting to give something back to his mates and colleagues who had been wounded – physically or psychologically – during military operations, John co-founded Soldier On in 2012.  Soldier On inspires, enhances and empowers wounded soldiers to move on with their lives.  John drives Soldier On’s activities with enthusiasm and endeavour – whether that’s engaging wounded soldiers to tackle physically challenging activities such as walking the Kokoda Track, supporting rehabilitation or negotiating new employment, training and education opportunities.

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