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An amazing group of talented queer women and non-binary folk who are driven to make the world a better, happier and more peaceful place via the magic of radio. fridaynightlipservice@gmail.com

October 31, 2017

#97 Horror (The Podcast That Dripped Blood)

In the words of the bard Aqua, 'Halloween. Halloweeeeeeeeeen.'

Our queer film nerds bridge Friday the 13th and Hallowe'en with look at what creeps, creaks and crawls. Listen...if you dare! 

Ferris, a grey-blue cat, poking a can of pumpkin soup for Hallowe'en.

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First broadcast: Friday the 13th of October 2017

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October 21, 2017

#96 Bisexual Visibility (Eye on Bi)

As Bisexuality Visibility Day comes our way again, our Lipsters ponder the meaning of the B in our favourite alphabet, and why it needs its own kind of visiblity. And many of other things, including that time someone played a hip-hop song at a rugby league match and a lot of upseteros lost their mind.

The bisexuality flag (blue, purple and deep pink) as seen through binoculars.

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  • 'Same Love' - Macklemore X Ryan Lewis feat Mary Lambert

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First broadcast: 29 September 2017

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October 20, 2017

#95 CBR Fair Day 2017 (The Queerest Show on Earth)

CBR Fair Day, aka the gayest day of the year, is almost upon us, so Izzy sat down with Lee and Jas from the AIDS Action Council to talk about well…pretty much everything else. While we had some good chats chat about fair day happenings, this episode also covers basketball, kink, gender-bending drummers, and Izzy’s not-so-secret dessert obsession. Now a well-established festival on Canberra’s calendar, CBR Fair Day is back at Gorman House on the 28th of October – come find us there!

The CBR Fair Day logo: Sat 28 Oct, 11AM until 4PM, Gorman Arts Centre. Join us for a fun-filled day. Markets and food, entertainment and workshops, Rainbow Pet Parade.

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First broadcast: 20 October 2017

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October 20, 2017

#94 Drag (Quelle Dommage)

dragn.
1. Artform marked by or involving clothing and grooming characteristically associated with another gender.

2. Something hard or tedious; a bore.

3. The topic of a 2017 Friday Night Lip Service episode.

A cat in a bright pink wig.

  

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First broadcast: 8 September 2017

 

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October 11, 2017

#93 Happy Queer News (Cheerful Bulletins)

It's all been a bit intense lately, as our community is getting all sorts of pressure from all sides. So tonight we remind ourselves that the world can be worth it by taking a look at the positive things happening in the Queersphere around the planet.

Fat Pixie (an orange cat) and Mitten (a mostly black cat) sit at a newsdesk with the FNLS logo on it, and an image of the queer rainbow flag behind.

 

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First broadcast: 1 September 2017

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October 11, 2017

#92 The Postal Poll (We’ll Keep On Fighting. And We’ll Win.)

It seems that whether we like it or not, our lives will be dragged through the public theatre in the coming week, as people hide behind children and platitudes and dress their hate speech up in the guise of ‘having a respectful debate’ or ‘presenting both sides’.

The Marriage Equality Postal Poll is coming.

Ferris, a regal blue-grey cat, sorts through envelope scattered on the floor.

 

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First broadcast: 11 August 2017

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October 11, 2017

#91 Marriage Equality (Rainbows on the Horizon)

Join us to talk something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue! The thought of impending marriage equality has us all warm, fuzzy and queering the hetero-patriarchy!

A queer rainbow flag with two wedding bands lying on it.

Photograph by Robert Couse-Baker, via Creative Commons 2.0

Note: When this episode was recorded, the potential postal poll hadn't been locked in.

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First broadcast: 4 August 2017

 

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October 11, 2017

#90 Bury Your Gays (A Pile of Bodies This High)

When it comes to the fictional mortality rate, queer characters seem to drop off to a much higher degree than their cishetallo counterparts. A team of Lipsters, themselves a diversity of students of pop culture, tackle this issue. Prepare for spoilers, opinions and fansplaining.

 

A gravestone lamenting the death of many queer characters.

 

SPOILER WARNING! For a lot of things, namely Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Four, Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Season One, The 100 Season Three, Doctor Who Series Ten (2017), Orange is the New Black Season Four, Black Mirror’s San Junipero and The L Word Season Three.

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First broadcast: 28 July 2017

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July 30, 2017

#89 Environmentals, Events and Gallifreyans (Green With Enby)

Daria, Nida and Sai talk over the news events of the week gone by, including Plastic-Free July and the announcement of Jodie Whittaker's role in Doctor Who. We also turn our eyes and ears to a few events coming up.

A sonic screwdriver in a disposable coffee cup. 

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First broadcast: 21 July 2017

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July 21, 2017

#88 International Enby Pride Day (Beyond the Bastille)

We're talking International Non-Binary Pride Day. July 14. What and who and why? Sai opens up about their experiences as a gender-nonbinarian, and what pride and visibility means for them, looking back and going forward.

A non-binary flag pattern over a calendar page of July 14.

 

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First broadcast: 14 July 2017

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July 3, 2017

#87 My Dad Wrote a Porno (Friday Night Porno Service)

Get ready to pop your vaginal lids, come over all blue and, most importantly, blink. Tonight Corey and Daria are exposing themselves to the adventures of everyone's favourite pots-and-pansexual in their review of the cervix-grabbingly hilarious podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno.

 

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Pots and pans element by Your Best Digs, via Creative Commons 2.0

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First broadcast: 30 June 2017

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July 3, 2017

#86 Alice Isn’t Dead (Keep on Trucking)

Join us tonight as we get spooky, talking about one of our favourite podcasts, Alice Isn't Dead. Tune in below to hear about a queer lady protagonist fighting monsters and driving trucks.

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Fanart of Keisha by Daria

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First broadcast: 16 June 2017

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June 30, 2017

#85 National Fish ‘n’ Chip Day (Batter Up)

Sometimes your episode content is waylaid, but you notice that it's National Fish 'n' Chip Day. Izzy gets enthusiastic, Daria gets cravings, Corey looks for an escape hatch, and Jodie simply judges silently.

Are they potato scallops or cakes? We're tackling the big issues tonight.

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FreeImages.com/Mia P

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First broadcast: 2 June 2017

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June 26, 2017

#84 Non-Linear Coming Out (The Many Daily Attractions)

We're talking coming out tonight. We still live in a world where many people feel the need to 'come out of the closet' - or not. Names, orientations, genders, identities - sometimes it feels there's a lot of things we're obliged to let on just to get on with it. Sai debuts as they, Nicky, Nida and Yen talk out their own experiences with coming out about different things to different people at different times. And you? You do you.

Original public domain image by D Coetzee.

Apologies - due to issues with the station and original broadcast, there are some patches of interference that we couldn't completely remove.

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First broadcast: 12 May 2017

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June 13, 2017

#83 Queer Women’s Comedy (You’ve Got to Laugh)

Laura Campbell guests to talk about comedy, queerness, disability and the intersection of them all.

 

Microphone on stage by freeimages.com/Rauku5

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First broadcast: 5 May 2017

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May 28, 2017

#82 Veganism (Plant Matters)

Tonight, we're getting green for our lovely vegetarian, vegan and veg-curious listeners. Join Gem, Nida and special guest Laniyuk. What are the ups or downs of veganism? Oh, don't worry, we'll tell you.

A cat observing some vegetables.

Trimmed version of Taki and Greenleaf by Cara Feely Choate. Used under CC by 2.0.

 

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First broadcast: 26 May 2017

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April 25, 2017

#81 Parenting and Families (Bonds of Friendship, Fur or Flesh & Blood)

Tonight we begin a look at families and how we queers form them with a focus queer women's parenting choices.
How has being queer affected your decisions around being parents?
How have you queered the idea of mothering?

A cat in a pram

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First broadcast: 17 February 2017

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April 24, 2017

#80 Queer Women in Hip-Hop (That’s A Rap)

Tonight on FNLS we are talking queer women in hip hop! Tune in to hear my top ten queer queens of rap and how they are forging a path to becoming the new leaders of the urban underground.

Nuggets on a plate.

(Apologies for the ongoing battle against station technical issues that may create some distortion in this episode.)

 

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First broadcast: 21 April 2017

 

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April 18, 2017

#79 Arts Festivals (Vibrant Local Scenes)

Tonight we're talking about the You Are Here Festival and QueerScreen Film Festival that happened in Canberra. We're also chatting about what a difference a good arts festival can make to a community.

The You Are Here 2017 poster in its natural habitat.

(Note: We apologise for the interference present in this and recent episodes. There have been technical difficulties at our radio home, 2XX. We are assured they will be fixing them forthwith.)

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First broadcast: 7 April 2017

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April 17, 2017

#78 TDOV 2017 (Transgender Day of Audibility)

Courtney and Daria open your eyes to Transgender Day of Visibility. What do we mean when we talk about visibility in 2017? How do commemorations like these aid our trans siblings and the community at large? Listen in as our heroes hold Court on these questions and more!

Transgender flag - pale blue, white and pale pink.

This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license, orginal by NPP National Progress Party.

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First broadcast: 31 March 2017

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