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Critically engaged queer commentary.

    Rad music and commentary

    Rad music and commentary

    We hear a bunch of rad music and commentary. (1) Rest in Power Laura Orsto fundraiser and memorials (since having ended—check out Tiwi Sista Girls video page here for memorial videos), (2) Solidarity with BLM organisers (write up in The Age), (3) Disability Day 3CR Broadcast on 3rd of December, (4) remembering the dead in the anti-queer anti-trans shooting at Colarado Springs (cops don't keep us safe). Music Kee'ahn - Better Things Alice Skye - Wurega Djalin -Various artists produced by Dobby, Candy Suite, Forever 15Barkaa - Black MatriarchyAh Mer Ah Su - Thinkin Bout youBill Berry - Bump me into parliamentAgainst me - Baby I'm an anarchistThelma Plum - Baby Blue BicycleJune Jones - If only ft Katie DeyGeryon - Pull on meGLOSS - Trans day of revengeTracy Chapman - Talkin' bout a revolutionSamin and Behin - Bella Ciao

    Mon Schafter on 'Innies and Outies' Podcast & Queer/Trans Media Representation + Rebeckah Loveday on Trans Pride March Melbourne

    Mon Schafter on 'Innies and Outies' Podcast & Queer/Trans Media Representation + Rebeckah Loveday on Trans Pride March Melbourne

    Mon Schafter, the Content Lead of ABC Queer, speaks about their podcast 'Innies and Outies', the visibility of non-binary people in Australia, and how to media can better serve LGBTQIA+ communities. The podcast brings you fascinating stories from diverse LGBTQIA+ Australians about coming out or staying in, and is available to listen to on all streaming platforms. //Rebeckah Loveday, founding member of Trans Sisters United and organiser of Trans Pride March Melbourne, speaks on the upcoming march and the process of organising it. //LOCAL EVENTSTrans Pride March Melbourne -- Sun Nov 13, 12pm at the State Library, kick off Trans Awareness Week by coming along to Victoria's first ever trans pride march. Hear from 15 inspiring speakers and relish in trans joy! LGBTQIA+ community and allies welcome. Check out FB event here. Instagram here. An Evening with Trans Elders -- Fri Nov 18, 5pm at Palace of Magnificent Experiences, 267 Swan St, Richmond. Hear from four trans elders as they share their life stories and journeys. Performances by Miss Cairo. Free entry for TWOC and First Nations. Check out FB event here. SONGS PLAYEDEveryone's Waiting by Missy HigginsFlicker by Keelan MakTalia by King PrincessHawaiian Party by Cub SportTreat Me Like a Slut by Kim Petras

    No Police at Pride

    No Police at Pride

    NO POLICE AT PRIDE!Last Thursday, Joshua Badge and Frank Gafa put on a community forum to talk about the strained relationship between Victoria Police and LGBTQ people at Harehole Melbourne aka Hares HyenasThe event was a panel discussion between Dylan O’Hara, Paul Kidd and Frank Gafa, followed by a Q&A from the audiences.No Police at Pride is fundraising $1500 to pay their artist and speakers + reimburse organisers for venue hire costs. Of course, they’ll pass on 10% to Pay the Rent. You can donate via Humanitix or direct bank transfer (see the Fundraiser FAQ).Illustration by @briar.rolfeThis episode was brought to you by Sasja Sÿdek.Pre-recorded audio edited by Iris Lee.https://nopoliceatpride.com

    Narrm's Queer Parties - Kingz Melbourne & Cubby Art Party

    Narrm's Queer Parties - Kingz Melbourne & Cubby Art Party

    On tonight's episode with our co-host, Tony K. Fretton and guests: Fabio & Cainne 3pm - Fabio (Kingz Melbourne)Fabio was born in Portugal with Angolan background. Fabio is a passionate, skilled dancer who loves to express his feelings through dance and performance art. His love for dance started from a young age, growing up watching and being influenced by legendary artists such as Michael Jackson.

Fabio has gone from showcasing nationally at numerous corporate and commercial events. From being on the footy show to currently, being apart of the groundbreaking show -Matador as NUEVÉ, where he has been touring around Australia the past 3 years. Fabio also is the creator of the new gay R&B and hiphop party called KINGZ. Please follow KINGZ MELBOURNE for more updates and upcoming events. Cainne (They // Xim) is the founder of Cubby Art Party, Yahdy Studio and Critical Sex Theory. They are passionate about creating spaces that hold down and uplift multiply-marginalised and extra magical people. They have done cultural consulting work with Scarlett Alliance and Vixen Collective and have sat on the Community Reference Group with Transgender Victoria. They were a speaker for PermaQueer’s Cultural Responses to Climate Change and a guest for Moxie’s Deliteful Discussions on Trans Joy. You can read their poetry is published in More Than Melanin, The Noncompliant Quarterly and Cubby Art Party’s first Art Magazine. They have an affinity for bathing, lounging, cat cuddling and a whole lotta booty shaking celebratory things. Please follow CUBBY ART PARTY for more updates and upcoming events -- https://cubbyartparty.square.site/ #QUEER #JUMPPING #3CR 

    Trans Womxn YouTuber & Trans Womxn from Iran - Islamic Revolution: Hijab Protest

    Trans Womxn YouTuber & Trans Womxn from Iran - Islamic Revolution: Hijab Protest

    On this episode Sasja had a discussion with one of her oldest friend, Lily Chang here in Narrm. They talked about Lily's early days of transitioning, her you-tube channel, the iconic Taxi Club Sydney, her multiple past careers and why she decided to move back to Melbourne - the most livable city in the world. Lily was also at the Marsha Amini - Women Live Freedom's rally with Sasja and Merhsa, and they shared their experinces to why this needs to happen for changes to take place. Sasja invited Merhsa to her place to talked about her experinces being assaulted by Irainians Police for not wearing a hijab. (pre-recorded) Lilly ChangA proud trans womxn of colour, born & raised in Malaysia, Chinese descent who migrated to Australia in the early 2000s’. Lilly is a trans advocate and a youtuber since 2011 — a show called TsChitChat where she interviewed many local trans & gender diverse people, and have also met international celebrities trans people while filming for her channel. Lilly have lived in many states in Australia but she ends up coming back to Melbourne, a place she calls home now. Lilly's YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/c/TSCHITCHAT Mehrsa EsmayilliA proud transgender womxn of colour from Iran, a refugee who came to Australia on a boat seeking for a better life for herself. Mehrsa have had her fair share of being abused by the Police in Iran due to not wearing her hijab in the way they wanted her to. This is her story.  Freedom for Iran Rally Updates: https://instagram.com/salaamradioshow?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Musics:First Love by Hikaru Utada - https://youtu.be/o1sUaVJUeB0Fog El Nakhel Live Set by Andrea Souied - https://youtu.be/AjMXWLwWtns 

    Nothing to Hide: Voices of Trans and Gender Diverse Australia

    Nothing to Hide: Voices of Trans and Gender Diverse Australia

    Jacob and Sasja spoke with Sam Elkin, Dan Hogan, and Anastasia Rose Lee about the new anthology of trans and gender diverse stories 'Nothing to Hide: The Voices of Trans and Gender Diverse Stories'. You can head along to events at Chestnut Tree on Oct 2 and at the Victorian Pride Centre for Melbourne Fringe Festival on Oct 15.  Links discussed:ABC article on Abolish the Monarchy protestsSandy O'Sullivan IndigenousX Twitter thread on the QueenWarriors of the Aboriginal Resistence HEY Grants for youth LGBTQIA+ projects- apply by Oct 2Transfemme- resources for men in relationships with trans womenAlok Menon- non binary writer, speaker, comedian Songs:Break My Soul by BeyonceKilling My Time by G-FlipNative Tongue by Mo'Ju and Pasefika Vitoria ChoirMy Boy by Marlon Williams

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