Universities have a key role to play in promoting cultural diversity among their staff and students. One dimension of 'culture' is sexual identity. Other dimensions of culture include gender, religion, disability, age, and ethnicity. Acknowledging and affirming the sexual and gender diversity of the Flinders' community requires in part an understanding of issues impacting on people who do not identify as heterosexual.
These web pages are intended to serve as a resource of information about sexual and gender diversity for staff and students at Flinders University.
For the purposes of these resources, sexual and gender diversity encompasses people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual, transgender, intersex, questioning, queer.