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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

January 26, 2018

Special: Lip Service Live! Big Gay Out

As heard in the most recent episodes, when the time came for Australia to learn the results of the marriage postal vote, FNLS gathered the local rainbow community and our supporters for a party in the park to watch together.

No Lipster realised how big the event would get. But you can learn now as we bring you the cover recorded on the day. On the spot at Haig Park, on what is now known as Yes Day!


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Recorded live 15 November 2017


January 26, 2018

Special: Lip Service Live! Fair Day 2017

Friday Night Lip Service took to the stage at the AIDS Action Council's Fair Day.

Recorded live at the event (so, apologies for some of the quality), their interview guests are Shoeb Ahmad and Luciana Harrison of Oranges, and comedian Kirsty Webeck. 


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Recorded 28 October 2017.

August 14, 2015

Podcast Special: Passing and Passing Privilege

A podcast-exclusive special edition! Friday Night Lip Service presents for you the a live event produced by some Lipsters and friends from the Tranz Collective and the ANU Queer Department. The event was a panel discussion called 'Trans* Passing and Passing Privilege: The Upsides and Downsides'.

Seven people who are all trans or sex and/or gender diverse speak about what passing means to them. This is followed up by questions and answers from the audience.

Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice from Routledge defines passing as:
'Successfully (convincingly) presenting one’s preferred gender image. May be intentional or unintentional. Passing is a contentious term in transgender communities, and has different meanings for different people. For example, many trans people do not feel that they are presenting as anything but themselves, whereas “passing” seems to imply that they are fooling people or hiding something. In addition some trans people do not desire to “pass” as non-trans, but rather to be respected for their identity and expression, even though people know that their gender identity or expression is different from the one typically associated with their sex.'
ANU Queer Department: http://anuqueerdepartment.com
TranzAustralia on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TranzAustralia
Recorded: 30 May 2015