January 25, 2016
The 22nd of January 2016 was the first ever International Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity. In this Friday Night Lip Service, Daria and Jill will be joined by Jenni to talk about this important day for this important cause, why there needs to be a day, what you can learn and how you can help.
This episode contains heavy and potentially disturbing subject matter regarding incarceration, various kinds of abuse, and more.
First broadcast: 22 January 2016
January 18, 2016
Neither you nor your mother(s) should turn a blind eye nor a deaf ear to this episode. Tune in for our discussion of the wonderfully queer show Please Like Me. Izzy, Nicky, Nida and Joel are talking mental illness, queer representation, food choices and the recent third season of the show.
As ever, to discuss something properly, we go FULL SPOILER.
This episode features discussion of matters such as mental illness and suicide. If you are feeling depression or distress, visit Beyond Blue
or phone Lifeline on 131 114.
All of the clips featured are for review and commentary purposes, and remain the property of the ABC
. Why not hear all of them as they were meant to be heard, in order and with pictures by buying the DVDs below?
Third thing: This episode was originally broadcast before #38, A Very Nicky Christmas, hence the slightly anachronistic last couple of minutes.
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First broadcast: 18 December 2015
January 15, 2016
Daria eases into the new year by seeing what resources and opportunities Canberra has to offer its community of queer women in 2016.
First broadcast: 8 January 2016