Jess and Nida bring you a discussion on menstruation.
Ever said to yourself, 'Story of my life, that is!'
Well, if you're one of the women we look at in this episode, you might say it while holding up an actual book. Tonight, Daria, Nicky and Nida see if the world of queer and feminist autobiography can be judged by its cover.
Caitlin Stasey's new feminist project, http://www.herself.com
Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal by Jeanette Winterson: http://www.jeanettewinterson.com/book/why-be-happy-when-you-could-be-normal/
Carla Williams: http://www.mocp.org/detail.php?t=objects&type=browse&f=maker&s=Williams%2C+Carla&record=0
Original broadcast: 16 January 2015
(Notice: there were some tech troubles with Daria's microphone - for all her faults, she doesn't sound that distorted in real life.)
Join Izzy, Jillian and Nida and special guest Annelise Roberts from the Women's Centre for Health Matters to talk about domestic violence and intimate relationships amongst LGBTIQ people.
(Trigger warning for discussions of domestic violence and related topics.)
ACT's Domestic Violence Crisis Service: http://www.dvcs.org.au/
Michael Flood's website: http://lha.uow.edu.au/hsi/UOW084229.html
Please fill out this survey to help better the domestic violence services in our community: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DVandLGBTIQ
In Australia, Lifeline telephone crisis support is available 24 hours in Australia on 13 11 14.
Original broadcast: 9 January 2015
We talk a lot about what we get up to when we're naked...but what about when we're not? In this episode, fashion victims Daria, Gabbie and Jess take a look at the costumes, clothes and coverings of the queer woman.
Welcome to Friday Night Lip Service, Canberra's show by queer women, about queer women, for everybody.