EPS 5: Brandon Harrison

This week we talk to Drag Performer and transgender person Brandon Harrison! We cover the journey of transitioning and pronouns, what it’s like to perform drag, and as always our customary discussion about arts. This community is a family and we have to value it.

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EPS 4: Tahlya

Already up to our fourth episode and we’ve pulled the ole switcheroo! As Megan one of the glorious brains behind the podcast, interviews our spicy host Tahlya. Dipping into the identities of Tahlya and navigating the Brisbane queer scene. Listen in now...

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EPS 3: Alex

For our third episode, Tahlya and our guest Alex talk gender and the all the language used around it. Labels are a wild and difficult thing! We also discuss what it’s like being an introvert in the queer community, some of the struggles faced by the scene, and behind the scenes jobs in theatre. Enjoy!


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EPS 2: Merrin

Our host Tahlya chats with their good friend Merryn about what identifying as Asexual means to her. Merryn’s chats about her revelation of coming out on national coming out day to her family. “THAT” high school sex-ed talk we all remember. As well as the weird time of being the minority within a minority, being discriminated against by the discriminated. Peppered with some plug-in to some local Brissy groups that are all about the Ace life. Listen in here…

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EPS 1: Kelsey

To kick us off, we welcome our first guest Kelsey! A proud gay Woppoaburra man from North Keppel island. A Brissy boy from way back 19 year old Kelsey shares his touching experiences with coming out to his family, going to formal with a gay friend, leading the pride march and the importance of surrounding yourself with community (expect Rupaul quotes). Listen in now…

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