About Emen8

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Emen8 launched in May 2017 as Australia’s biggest and boldest online sexual health and wellbeing initiative for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Its online presence includes Emen8.com.au, Instagram and Facebook.

Emen8 is produced by gay men. We recognise that gay and bi men’s lives are diverse, that our experiences are broad and that wellbeing isn’t just about how we have sex; it’s about our friends, our partners, our families, our networks, our communities, our passions, our interests and how we live.

That’s why Emen8’s content covers news, entertainment, travel, community events, culture, sex, and wellbeing.

When it comes to sex and sexuality we love it all!

We recognise that the spectrum of sexual expression among gay and bi men is expansive, varied and generous! We’re sex positive and our content seeks to reflect how we live now.

Emen8 is designed to be a force for good, providing reliable, informative content that keeps you up to date on all matters related to sexual health and wellbeing.

Emen8 is supported by the Commonwealth Department of Health.

You can be involved!

You are our greatest resource. If you want your voice to be heard and to have the chance to make an impact on a national scale, why not contact us? You could write an article, make a short film, snap some quality photos, or even send us some audio. Take the opportunity to get involved and share what’s important to you, your friends, partners and communities.

Supporting Organisations

Thorne Harbour Health

Thorne Harbour Health is one of Australia’s largest LGBTI community-controlled organisations – providing services and advocacy for the wellbeing of our LGBTI communities and people living with HIV. Established in 1983, the organisation was founded to lead the community response to HIV and AIDS. Today, Thorne Harbour honours that legacy as it responds to a broad range of issues affecting our gender, sex, and sexually diverse communities – including sexual health, family violence, mental health, alcohol and drug use, and trans health.

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ACON is Australia’s largest health promotion organisation specialising in community health, inclusion and HIV responses for people of diverse sexualities and genders. Established in 1985, ACON works to create opportunities for people in our communities to live their healthiest lives.

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