3JJJ Hack podcast featuring Laura Jane Grace from Against Me
Radio station 3JJJ show
Hack! has done a great interview with Laura Jane Grace of the band Against Me!
Download or listen to the podcast at the link above.
Born this way: gender identity – All In The Mind – ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).
A podcast from ABC Radio National (that you can download too!) about the issues surrounding and leading up to a physical change of gender. It’s really nice to see FTM peeps included too!
The interview features Julie Peters, Craig Andrews and Fintan Harte, of the Victoria based Southern Health Gender Clinic.
Note: while the peeps in the audio are transgendered, their journeys do relate to those of gender-questioning and genderqueer peeps.
JOY 94.9’s Generation Next > Interviews from Monday 13th August, 2012.
The podcast of our interview with Generation Next is now available on their website.
There’s lots to hear, but if you want to skip to the GQA interview, move to around 30 minutes in!
JOY 94.9 Word For Word | Download Podcast interview with Fintan Harte, director SHGC Summary
Dean Beck interviews Southern Health Care Network Gender Clinic director Fintan Harte about his involvement with helping the gender diverse population of Victoria.
He goes into detail about how much diversity there is in gender and that the team he leads does support those who are questioning their gender and who identify as genderqueer.
What is Self-harm? – YouTube.
Self harm is a unspoken issue in the LGBTIQ community, this video is meant to help break down the stigma and explain the reasons why people do it. Dr. George Forgan-Smith speaks about self-harm, what it is, why people do it, and how to work through it.
LGBTI campaign from Beyond Blue | Read the media release
Beyond Blue has a great new LGBTI respect campaign, which has launched today.
Get onboard and share as far and wide as you can!
FC Yeah!, Build your own transition path! ….
Awesome image on the Freedom Centre website!
Here’s a great explanatory video from The Guardian and
Fred McConnell on why there’s no such thing as a sex change
Fred McConnell: There’s no such thing as a sex change
It covers why “sex change” is incorrect, how to talk to people who are transgender and the ways in which conversation about this subject can help educate and help Trans and non-trans people.
Trans Student Equality Resources – Infographics
The trans student equality site has a great set of infographics for use by sex and gender diverse peeps (that is, gender-questioning, genderqueer AND trans people).
Print them out and post them anywhere you can – they’re brilliant!
Lewis / My Transsexual Summer / PENIS SURGERY & RELATIONSHIPS – YouTube.
Lewis speaks frankly about being a transgender man and the surgery that he is considering.
Check out Lewis’s other videos here.
Photos taken around Melbourne, Australia by various GQA peeps.
Thousand Pound Bend, Melbourne, 5 May 2011 by gotheek
Gender-Pirate: Melbourne, 5 September 2011 by boigrrlwonder
Gender Thing: Northcote, February 2007 by gotheek
Trans*: Melbourne, 5 september 2011 by boigrrlwonder
Melbourne, 31 May 2012 by boigrrlwonder
Melbourne, 2011 by boigrrlwonder
RMIT, Melbourne, 6 July 2011 by gotheek
Melbourne, February 2012 by gotheek
genderqueer on tumblr Summary
Genderqueer on Tumblr is an ever changing photo gallery of peeps who identify as genderqueer, trans and gender diverse.
Some photos from Genderqueer Australia events of the peeps that attend!
Melbourne Central, July 2, 2011 by gotheek
GQA peeps – £1000 bend, May 2012 by gotheek
GQA launch – upstairs @ £1000 bend, 30 June 2012 by boigrrlwonder
Moosey hard at work @ £1000 bend, August 4th by Forth
See all photos on samesame.com | Photographer Travis de Jonk’s portfolio
In 2012, the IDAHO (International Day Against HOmophbia and transphobia) flashmob was photographed by Travis De Jonk and posted on the website SameSame.com
The theme this year was balloons, and the organiser picked green ones to signify genderqueer people who are discriminated against.
The participants joined hands at Flinders street station, and walked through the city to their destination, the Melbourne Library, where they released the balloons.
This gallery is of interstate peeps who have given permission for their images to be used on the website.
Thanks to all contributors!
Billy and Jayke at Newtown Festival – thanks to Teddy and ThisIsOz – www.thisisoz.com.au