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Press and Media

Media Enquiries

Our clinicians, counsellors, and educators are available to provide expert comment on sexual and relationship health. We are passionate about sharing information that empowers people of all genders, ages, cultures and sexualities with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to make informed choices about their sexual health and relationships.

Contact our Marketing and Communications team

  • Counselling and education to people with disability, relating to most topics listed below
  • NDIS
  • Unintended pregnancy
  • Sexual health and relationship wellbeing
  • Contraception (hormonal, LARC, barrier, and emergency)
  • Abortion (medical and surgical)
  • Cervical screening
  • Periods and puberty
  • STI prevention, testing, and treatment
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
  • Sexual & reproductive health rights
  • LGBTIQA+ health and inclusion
  • Gender affirming clinical services
  • Diversity in sex, gender & orientation
  • Respectful relationships and consent
  • Communication, porn & respect in online spaces
  • Reproductive coercion abuse and intimate partner violence
  • Talking to young people about sex, health, and relationships in an age-appropriate way
  • Sexual health for young Aboriginal people
  • Whole of school approach to sexual and relationship health education
  • Telehealth and regional sexual health access

SHQ is Rainbow Tick Accredited, a registered NDIS provider, and holds full NSQHS Accreditation.

Sex work

Peer-based support, health and safety of people involved in the sex industry in Western Australia.

For media enquiries relating to sex work please contact the Magenta Project directly.

Please note: Magenta does not have the capacity to speak to journalism students.

Info for students and researchers.

Student Journalists

We receive many requests for comment from student journalists. We appreciate the interest in our organisation and will try to accommodate enquiries but may decline interviews due to time constraints. Submissions asking for written responses will have a higher likelihood of receiving comment.