April 22, 2016
Practical problems prevented the promised previous presentation of this podcast, but here it is at last!
Les Femmes du Lèvre are once more Les Femmes du Livre as Friday Night Lip Readings continues.
Tonight, your hosts take a long-awaited look at The Invisible Orientation: An Introduction to Asexuality by Julie Sondra Decker, especially the chapter 'A Message for Non-Asexual People'.
'What if you weren’t sexually attracted to anyone?'
In the studio tonight with their reading glasses on are experienced asexual Daria, and willing-to-learn allosexuals Nicky and Nida.
First broadcast: 22 April 2016
October 11, 2015
Friday Night Lip Readings returns as Daria, Gem and Yen explore the ideas of Popular Cinema and Lesbian Interpretative Strategies in a so-titled paper by Cheryl Dobinson and Kevin Young.
When lesbians can't see their own kind on the screen, what are we to do? Why, tell ourselves it was there all along, of course. Subtext, the lesbian gaze (gayze?) and strange tangential giggle-fits are the order of the day in this episode.
First broadcast: 9 October 2015
August 20, 2015
Welcome to the second installment of Friday Night Lip Readings.
We are discussing the paper 'Lesbian Body Image Perceptions: The Context of Body Silence' by Laura Kelly.
Tune in to hear all about the reading and experience Gem, Jess and Yen bringing some witty, pithy feminist analysis!
'Lesbian Body Image Perceptions: The Context of Body Silence':
(Apologies that there are some audio anomalies in this episode. We are breaking in new equipment.)
First broadcast: 14 August 2015