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Loud & Queer is a weekly live national radio show produced by and for queer youth. The show airs on SYN Nation every Sunday, at 4pm AEST (2pm AWST).

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Loud & Queer is a weekly live national radio show produced by and for queer youth. The show airs on SYN Nation every Sunday, at 4pm AEST (2pm AWST).

    Loud & Queer: Trans art and queerness at high school

    Loud & Queer: Trans art and queerness at high school

    This week Elizabeth and Laura chatted all things queer representation and coming out at different stages in your youth.

    They discuss what it's like to come out when you don't have all the language or education about queer relationships and how queer identities are gatekept due to biphobia or lack of experience.

    Elizabeth sat down with old high school friend Sam Kariotis, who has since made headway as an artist in Melbourne. He discusses his process, style, and how queerness relates to his work.

    Don't forget you can catch your LGBT+ news update and a chill froth or not on every episode of Loud & Queer! 

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    • 41 min
    Loud & Queer: Up and coming LGBT+ musicians

    Loud & Queer: Up and coming LGBT+ musicians

    This week on the show we explored an array of new and nostalgic queer music. Laura chatted to queer Brisbane indie rocker Hope D about her new EP "Cash Only". Hope opened up about coming out at a conservative school, her exploration of addiction in feature song "Addict", and what it's been like to make music under COVID. 

    Meanwhile, Elizabeth sat down with LA-based bedroom pop artist Claud to discuss all things "Super Monster" - their fresh new album. 

    We also covered what's been happening in LGBT+ news and ended the show with Froth or Not, a conversation which spanned cleaning out pet cages all the way up to the Facebook news ban.   

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    • 45 min
    Loud & Queer: Too much subtext, not enough text

    Loud & Queer: Too much subtext, not enough text

    Elizabeth and Laura continue their discussion from last week about their frustrations with queer media representation. They explore queer stereotypes from hyper-sexualisation to vilification, the importance of a multitude of queer people and personalities, and whether Link from The Legend of Zelda franchise is a non-binary icon (the short answer is yes).

     

    Also featured is this week's news bulletin for all things LGBT+ across the globe and a chatty froth or not which spans queer relationships in Assassin's Creed to a new hit show about the HIV epidemic on Stan. 

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    • 37 min
    Accidentally queer TV and cinema

    Accidentally queer TV and cinema

    On 2021's first episode of Loud & Queer, Laura and Elizabeth talk all things "accidentally" queer on screen, from the gay ship "Merthur" on BBC's Merlin, to the sapphic undertones of the 1991 feminist class, Thelma and Louise. Also featuring an LGBT+ news update and our class 'Froth or Not', this episode is the perfect way to round out your week.   

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    • 31 min
    Mentruation vs "Womanhood" & Queer Education in Australian Schools

    Mentruation vs "Womanhood" & Queer Education in Australian Schools

    Join Patty and Emily as they talk about how the common narrative surrounding menstruation is harmful to both gender-diverse communities and cis-women. Following this is a conversation on how schools teach queerness (spoilers: they don't!).

    Originally broadcast on July 19 2020

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    • 41 min
    Queers who support Queers - Chats with Julia Kanapathippillai, Editor in Chief of Querelle Magazine

    Queers who support Queers - Chats with Julia Kanapathippillai, Editor in Chief of Querelle Magazine

    Originally broadcast on August 4

    Ceitidh, Matilda & Emily have a chat over the phone with Julia Kanapathippillai, Editor in Chief of Querelle Magazine! Querelle is the National Queer Student Magazine released every year at the Queer Collaborations. It is a magazine made by queer people that publishes stories, art, poems, articles, and photography from young queer people across Australia. Querelle is currently steered by RMIT

    Big love to Julia & Ellena who are absolutely killing it with their leadership of the Querelle team this year!

    Make sure to go follow Querelle on all their socials!

    @querellemag on Instagram
    @querelleAU on Twitter
    Querelle Magazine on Facebook

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    • 24 min

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