This chapter presents a paradigmatic single case study of one non-indigenous gay Australian man Ben, at the time the data were collected, was providing foster care for a young Indigenous boy. Fallon writing in the autobiographical mode tells of her experiences as a non-indigenous lesbian woman raising an Indigenous boy. In the face of poor compliance with the Aboriginal Placement Principal, the further development of Indigenous-specific child protection agendas has focused upon the likely reality that many Indigenous children will be placed with non-indigenous carers. The first issue that was evident in the interview related to the difficulty for Ben of engaging with the rhetoric of protective practices in the face of the specific needs of an Indigenous child. The issue arising from the case study, and one again identified by Fallon, was one in which Ben spoke often about being responsible for the privilege he benefits from as a non-indigenous man living in a colonial nation.