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Never Read The Comments is the podcast dedicated to exploring the ways people are using the internet and social media to affect positive change.

Never Read The Comments Ellen Jones

    • Society & Culture
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Never Read The Comments is the podcast dedicated to exploring the ways people are using the internet and social media to affect positive change.

    How Social Media Brings LGBTQ+ People Together with And Nobody Dies In This One

    How Social Media Brings LGBTQ+ People Together with And Nobody Dies In This One

    Welcome back to Never Read The Comments, the podcast which explores the ways the internet is being used to affect positive social change.
    In today's episode I interview A and Siobhan - hosts of the podcast And Nobody Dies In This One - all about LGBTQ+ relationships, how they are depicted and how the internet can really help LGBTQ+ become more connected with their community, reduce isolation and provide resources.

    You can listen to the episode of the podcast we recorded together here:
    https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/and-nobody-dies-in-this-one/id1438215181
    https://twitter.com/NobodyDiesPod

    You can also find out about Ruckus Retreat, which we talk about extensively and to which this episode is something of an ode to here:
    twitter.com/ruckusretreat

    • 26 min
    Using Instagram Art For Good with Natalie Byrne

    Using Instagram Art For Good with Natalie Byrne

    Welcome back to Never Read The Comments, the podcast which explores the ways the internet is being used to affect positive social change.

    In today's episode I interview Natalie Byrne, illustrator and author of the book Period, about her work and how she uses instagram as a platform to convey her message. We talk about everything from oversharing and dating, getting paid as young female creatives and building your support network.

    You can find more about Natalie's work here:
    instagram.com/nataliebyrne
    http://nat-b.com/

    Pleases share the podcast as widely as possible and remember to rate, review & subscribe.

    • 32 min

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tolmeia07 ,

Insightful and comforting

A lot of the podcasts I listen to focus on social issues and discussing heavy topics, and they can often leave me feeling the need to take a break for a while but this was a really comforting listen with a casual tone to it, so, I'll look forward to listening to more :)

JeanZM ,

Great!

Really enjoying the podcast so far ☺️

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