Ask a young'un
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
In part two of our Sydney WorldPride cross-generational special, queer seniors ask a panel of LGBTQIA+ youth to demystify the lifestyles and language of queer Gen Z ..read more
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Ask an elder
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
In the first of two cross-generational episodes for Sydney WorldPride, a panel of queer elders respond to questions from rainbow youth about what it was like to be young and queer back in their day ..read more
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Coming out advice
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
In our final ep of 2022, a panel of expert ‘queer peers’ respond to your requests for coming out advice ..read more
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Coming out as intersex
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
What’s it like to discover that you’re intersex? Intersex advocate Mimi Hall reveals how a falling down a YouTube rabbit hole unlocked the key to understanding her body and identity, and Tasmanian chicken farmer Robert Wilson tells how the healthcare system has failed him ..read more
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Queerness and faith
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
Three believers, with different beliefs, tell us how their relationship to religion and spirituality changed after coming out ..read more
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Queer and neurodivergent
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
Did you know that autistic people are more likely to identify as LGBTQ+ than the general population ..read more
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Coming out as non-binary
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
Three non-binary people share what it’s like to come out as neither male nor female ..read more
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Innies + Outies returns!
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
The award-winning ABC podcast Innies + Outies is back for a second series exploring uniquely Australian LGBTQIA+ stories about coming out and staying in ..read more
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Coming Out Online
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
The internet can be an amazing way for queer folks to find community and access all the info we're not taught at school. But there's also a darker side — it has trolls, bullies and plenty of misinformation. Inspired by their own journeys, you'll hear how Liz Duck-Chong from TransHub and Mohammad Awad from the Muslim Peers Project are using the internet to provide support to their communities in ways they never experienced ..read more
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Pansexuality Explained
Innies + Outies
by Australian Broadcasting Corporation
8M ago
What does pansexuality mean? In simple terms, it’s when you’re attracted to people regardless of their gender. And how is that different to being bisexual, you might wonder ..read more
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