Twenty10's Health and Wellbeing Video Project (with a cartoon tennis playing panda on the side)

Looking for participants aged 12-25

  • Do you play sport?
  • Do you like keeping fit?
  • Have you ever faced barriers that have prevented you from taking part?

If you’re keen to talk about your experience in a Twenty10 video project, or if you’d just like to find out more information, please contact community@nulltwenty10.org.au by January 11th 2019.

We are creating a series of videos to highlight the health and wellbeing benefits of sport and exercise to young LGBTIQA+ people – told through the eyes of young LGBTIQA+ Australians aged 12-25, as well as high profile LGBTIQA+ sportspeople.

The videos will also acknowledge the barriers to inclusion that young LGBTIQA+ people sometimes face and offer ways to overcome them.

The videos will be shared on social media and will be screened in schools and at community events.

We are currently casting for young LGBTIQA+ people aged 12-25* to appear in the videos.

We are looking for a diverse mix of interviewees who already participate in sport and fitness activities, or who have faced barriers that have prevented them from taking part, and are comfortable talking about their experiences on camera.

* Potential participants who are under 18 years of age must return a consent form signed by their parent/guardian.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Twenty10?

Twenty10 is a Sydney-based not-for-profit organisation that provides specialised services for young LGBTQIA+ people. You can find out more on our homepage.

What will participation involve?

Participation will involve a preliminary informal discussion with Twenty10 board members and video producers Mon Schafter and Cristyn Davies.

Participants will then be required for 3 – 4 hours filming in early 2019.

Twenty10 will provide specific guidance about the types of questions that will be asked.

If you’re interested or want to find out more, please contact Mon Schafter and Cristyn Davies at community@nulltwenty10.org.au

Do I have to be super involved in sport to participate?

We’re looking for people at all levels of sport, from someone who plays pick-up games on the weekend to someone who competes on a national level. If you’re on the LGBTIQA+ spectrum and play sport or do other fitness activities, we want to talk to you.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Transgender, Non-Binary, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual etc. (LGBTIQA+) Still not making sense?
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