Author and journalist Shon Faye talks with LGBTQ trailblazers who have something important, interesting or enlightening to say about what it means to be queer in the world today. Featuring conversations with queer elders, Call Me Mother gives you the language you need to grapple with “new” experiences by showing that you belong to a much broader history.
Shon speaks with a 65 year-old lawyer, whose lives as a campaigner and a father came to be tightly entwined.
Shon speaks with a 70 year-old actor turned activist, who turned to campaigning after a landmark on-screen kiss.
Shon speaks with a 55 year-old queer, femme filmmaker and the founder of Riot Productions, who's fighting to preserve the hidden history of London’s lesbian punk rebels.
Shon speaks with a 67 year-old actor who was forced to hide a key part of her identity for 40 years.
Shon speaks with a 61 year-old air force officer who overcame enormous personal and professional barriers in a quest to pursue her passion.
Shon speaks with a 52 year-old whose life changed instantly after a chance 10 minute consultation.
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It’s so lovely to hear these things vocalised and I’m sure for newcomers in the industry, incredibly useful and reassuring. Enjoy your work and enjoy your process y’all xoxo
I’ve only listened to the first two so far but I can’t wait to hear the rest!! While succinct episodes, they manage to draw out and put together some deeply profound ideas and perspectives on queer and trans experience and I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to listen in and learn.
Compelling, impactful stories
I’ve binged this today... From the gentle music beds to the structure to the narratives and the storytelling, this is a beautifully produced podcast :) Recommending to queer, trans and straight friends x