In this episode, first Alex and Neo discuss InsideOUT Kōaro's new resources, and then Emlyn, Justin, and Charlie make the episode a little more spooky by discussing queerness and horror, and the ways that those things go hand in hand!
Ashleigh and Neo kōrero about Mental Health Awareness Week, and then Emlyn and Lucy talk about Bisexual Awareness Week and their experiences being bi.
Songs used are Waitī Waitā by Maisey Rika and In The Middle by Dodie Clark.
Compass interviews John Fenaughty about the Identify survey, what the survey is, how it came to be and what it could help us achieve.
If you are a Rainbow person between the ages of 14-26 take the Identify survey here: https://www.identifysurvey.nz/
Welcome to the third annual ADHD extravaganza. Time blindness, routines, sleep and food are all things that ADHD brains struggle with and Maggie, Jaye and Compass way in with their tips and experiences with them.
TW: Discussion around food from 48:00-58:30
Compass chats to Megan about her research into queer music and if there is a "queer sound". We don't talk about musical theatre, I'm sorry gays, but we do talk about Rina Sawayama, St. Vincent and Hozier.
To get involved with Megan's research, email her at Megan.Rogerson-Berry@wintec.ac.nz
Lucy and Compass play 20 questions with Caitlin, Christine and Chaz from Promised Land Books to delve into rainbow representation for children, the process of creating their latest book Raven Wild and all of the mood boards they created along the way.
Find out more about Raven Wild and Promised Land Books here