13.5 – Post-Pride BONUS

13.5 – Post-Pride BONUS

Show Notes:

In this special BONUS episode, Oddy and Clint are joined by producer, Scott, to wrap up Pride Month for 2022. They talk about events they enjoyed, preparing to march in the parade and how it felt taking to the streets. They then chat about the after-parties and meeting Natalie Bassingthwaighte!

Check out the Queer Perth socials for pics:

Links:

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on Whadjuk Noongar Budja and we pay our respect to elders past and present.

Queer Perth is part of the Queer Perth Network.


Oddy and Scott meeting Natalie Bassingthwaighte at the Court Hotel Pride After-party.
13 – Freedom on Two Wheels with Hayley & Mel from Dykes on Bikes

13 – Freedom on Two Wheels with Hayley & Mel from Dykes on Bikes

Show Notes:

Clint and Oddy are joined by Hayley and Mel from Dykes on Bikes (DOBs). They reflect on some Pride month events including Fairday and Pride Parade preparations.

Our hosts chat to Hayley and Mel about groups and events for female identifying and lesbian women and delve into what Dykes on Bikes is all about.

Check out:

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on Whadjuk Noongar Budja and we pay our respect to elders past and present.

Queer Perth is part of the Queer Perth Network.


12 – Finding Your Tribe with Jeb Maihi Brown

12 – Finding Your Tribe with Jeb Maihi Brown

Show Notes:

Ian and Clint welcome an extra special guest host Jeb Maihi Brown. They chat all things queer sport and get into the Bears Perth Western Roundup.

Our hosts then get deep and meaningful with Jeb about his experience finding his tribe in Perth.

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on Whadjuk Noongar Budja and we pay our respect to elders past and present.

Queer Perth is part of the Queer Perth Network.


Quote: "Regardless of how you identify, the general rule is: Don’t be a dick, just don’t be a dick.” – Jeb Maihi Brown, Inclusive Sports Enthusiast

11 – Heart and Home with Jesse J. Fleay

11 – Heart and Home with Jesse J. Fleay

Show Notes:

Guest host Jesse J. Fleay joins Oddy and Clint for the whole episode. They catch you up on what’s been happening in their lives since season one finished and answer the question, is the sex drought finally over?

As we’re going into Pride Month, the topic this episode is what Pride means for each of us.

Jesse discusses being a part of writing the Uluru Statement from the Heart and what it would mean for aboriginal people to have a voice in parliament. He also talks about being gay in Noongar community and shares some language that we can all learn.

Noongar Language

  • Gnaala Karla - Story Telling, the great home fires
  • Kaartdijin - Knowledge
  • Noongar - Man
  • Yorga - Woman
  • Waalitj - Wedge Tail Eagle
  • Budja - Land and everything it contains

> Noongar Langage Class

> Uluru Statement from the Heart

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on Whadjuk Noongar Budja and we pay our respect to elders past and present.

Queer Perth is part of the Queer Perth Network.


Quote: “This is us getting together and saying enough's enough. We want to work together with everyone, we want to be included, to be heard and we want to have a voice.” Jesse J. Fleay: Academic and Constitutional Reformer

10.5 – Season 2 Trailer

10.5 – Season 2 Trailer

Show Notes:

We are back for Season 2 of the Queer Perth Podcast.

We're refreshed and recharged with new ideas, new guests and new content for your listening pleasure.

This season we’re doing things a little differently. We invite a special guest host to join us face to face in our official recording studio (Clint's dining room) for the whole episode - someone with a connection to the Queer Perth community. They'll answer some questions about who they are and contribute to the Topic of the Episode.

Get ready Perth! We’ll be back with our first episode at the end of October, just in time for Pride Month which is going to be jam packed full of events for you to check out and for us to talk about.

So make sure you follow us on our socials, @queerperth and go to our website: queerperth.com

Follow and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Tell your friends, tell everyone!

Queer Perth, shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo.


Queer Perth is part of the Queer Perth Network

10 – Socialising for Mental Health

10 – Socialising for Mental Health

Show Notes:

Clint and Oddy welcome an extra special guest host, Queer Perth founder and podcast producer, Scott, for the final episode of season 1. They compare stories about Sperm Donation and everyone claims to have 'Super Swimmers'.

Oddy and Clint chat to Rahul and Kayla from Activate Mental Health who answer your mental health questions and discuss how they’re helping the queer community.

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on the lands of the Wadjuk Noongar People, who’s elders we pay our respect to – past and present.


Quote: “Our volunteers, they're such a lovely bunch and they're all really really friendly. And are more than happy to talk to you before, or at the event or after to help with those nerves.” Kayla Clemson, Volunteer Manager, Activate Mental Health

09 – Whole Lotta Love

09 – Whole Lotta Love

Show Notes:

Oddy and Clint have a chat about kink and then get thirsty with Thomas, Andy & Steven, aka the Perth Throuple. They answer your community questions about polyamory, jealousy and who sleeps in the middle.

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on the lands of the Wadjuk Noongar People, who’s elders we pay our respect to – past, present and emerging.


Quote: “It's never really two against one – it's mostly one person losing his shit and the others trying to console that person or sometimes you have to be the mediator. It's sometimes weird and wild – but that's normal for any relationship.” Spoken by Thomas, Perth Throuple: Andy, Thomas & Steven

08 – Creating New Queer Stories

08 – Creating New Queer Stories

Show Notes:

Oddy and Clint chat about queer storylines in some current tv shows and then continue their conversation about body image. Clint shares their perspective.

The guest this episode is Ryan Steed from This n That: South Side Queers who talks about the upcoming "Creating New Queer Stories" Workshop and all things fabulous Freo.

Finally Clint and Oddy answer your community question about ways of meeting people for a same sex relationship as a bi aro ace person.

Queer Perth with Oddy and Clint – Shining a light on LGBTQIA+ community groups, events and what’s happening in Boorloo. Proudly recorded on the lands of the Wadjuk Noongar People, who’s elders we pay our respect to – past, present and emerging.

We’d also like to acknowledge that it’s NAIDOC Week, a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, the First Nations people of Australia.


Queer Perth Podcast Cover featuring Ryan Steed, Organiser, Creating New Queer Stories Quote: "Creative writing... helps me figure out what I really think and to explore deep questions for myself, to create new worlds and have fun while I'm doing it.”

07 – A big ol’ gay Barn Dance

07 – A big ol’ gay Barn Dance

Show Notes:

Oddy and Clint talk about Rebel Wilson’s coming out and discuss their own experiences.

The guest this episode is Adrian Tilby from Vic Park Pride who tells us what to expect for the upcoming Barn Dance. They also answer your community question about ways to improve diversity and inclusion in schools.

Barn Dance Perth:


Quote: “It was like walking onto this big gay western musical set, it was really surreal and unique and everyone was happy...” Adrian Tilby, Organiser of the annual Barn Dance Perth