Daughters of Bilitis (Australia)
The Australian arm of the Daughters of Bilitis was formed in Melbourne in 1969, and is considered Australia's first gay rights group. It was inspired by the American Daughters of Bilitis movement. After a few months, the group rejected the increasing radicalisation of its American counterpart, and renamed itself the Australasian Lesbian Movement.
- LGBT rights in Australia
- List of LGBT rights organisations
- Coalition of Activist Lesbians Australia (COAL)
- Lucy Chesser, "Australasian Lesbian Movement, ‘Claudia’s Group’ and Lynx: ‘Non-Political Lesbian Organisation in Melbourne, 1969-1980”, Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation, vol. 22, no. 1, 1996, pp. 69–91.
- Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives holds the records of the Daughters of Bilitis / Australasian Lesbian Movement.
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