Call Me By My Name Project | A Trans Oral History Podcast
By Call Me By My Name
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A Series of Ten Conversations with Trans and Gender Diverse People in and around Melbourne, Australia
||ExplicitIntroduction||Lee & Ryan introduce Season One of The Call Me By My Name Project: A Trans Oral History Music throughout by 90s Flav. To find more on 90sFlav check out the following links: 🌙 youtu.be/eB_U-mbPuEE Spotify - goo.gl/UmAVYJ Itunes - goo.gl/3Ko2N8 Amazo||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMaddie||Lee and Ryan sit down with Maddie, a 28yr old trans woman who uses she/her pronouns. She talks about growing up in Adelaide, trans representation in the media, live music, visibility, reinvention and living authentically, and how crucial community is. A||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDorian||Lee and Ryan meet Dorian, an artist and writer from Melbourne who uses he/him and they/them pronouns. Among other things, they talk about videogames, the importance of community spaces for older trans folks, barriers to accessing appropriate healthcare,||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitIshaan||Ishaan, a 21-year-old trans man on exchange from Ho Chi Minh, chats with Lee and Ryan in the middle of Parkville (hence the intermittent tram noises!). He shares his experiences of living in Melbourne for the past year, talks about issues facing the tra||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSam||Lee and Ryan sit down with Sam, who uses they/them pronouns, at the Docklands library. Sam is the first dedicated LGBTIQ outreach lawyer in Victoria, and works out of St Kilda legal service. Sam talks about growing up in Perth, student activism at La Tr||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitFrances||Frances, who uses she/her pronouns, invites Ryan and Lee into her house to chat about, among other things: birth charts, conspiracy theories, finding chosen family in Melbourne, and finding or hearing your own voice or truth amidst the various and often||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitSav||Sav, who uses they/them pronouns, talks to Lee and Ryan about their current PhD research on non-binary identities, what it’s like conducting research on something very close to them, moving to Melbourne from Perth, and concerns about using accessible||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEmms||Lee and Ryan meet with Emms (she/her), a trans woman who works in IT. Emms talks about her wide range of interests, working and accessing community in Singapore in the mid-2000s, the importance of quality healthcare, the Filipino trans community, and na||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitErin||Lee and Ryan meet Erin (he/him) and his gorgeous cat Tribble (not pictured – that’s Boop!) at his place in St Kilda. Erin is, among other things, writer and producer of the Love and Luck Podcast, Australia’s first LGBT audio drama podcast – whic||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEsther||Lee and Ryan chat with Esther, who uses he/him pronouns, at his workplace in North Melbourne. Esther shares his experiences working as a union organizer, his involvement in trans-related groups or activities like The Shed and the Gender Agenda radio sho||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitJay||Lee and Ryan meet Jay at Oakleigh Public Library on a Monday afternoon during the school holidays. Jay is a non-binary contemporary artist who works with 3D modelling, augmented reality, and has a keen interest in AI ethics. Jay talks to us about their||23 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Fantastic podcast for transgender and gender diverse support and education.
Great honest conversations with real people. I think anyone that is trans or gender diverse will find some parallels with their own journey in each episode (Maddie's was almost telling my entire story so far!), making you realise that you're part of a wide and beautiful supportive community. If you're curious to understand more about issues faced by trandgender and gender diverse people and even want to be an ally for a relative, friend or work colleague, this will help you better understand the very individual path everyone has to navigate to get to their own dreams and goals.
A new favourite podcast, love it, and I'm only 1 and a half podcasts in. Such a necessary conversation, I love that this is now being sealed in history.
Your new favourite podcast ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
It’s everything I love in a podcast—a casual conversational vibe, ambient low-fi intro/interlude music, queers talking about their lives & interests & passions...
Conversations with trans and gender diverse people in Melbourne, Australia—a new guest every episode. Give it a listen and I swear it will be your new favourite podcast. I can’t wait for season two!