Innies + Outies
A culture, society podcast from ABC Radio
Everyone comes out in their own way, in their own time.
Innies + Outies brings you fascinating stories from diverse LGBTQIA+ Australians about coming out or staying in.
From people struggling for acceptance to embracing their true selves — each story is packed with life lessons for queer Australians and the people who love them.
Exploring a range of topics like coming out in high school, queer comedians who turn their trauma into jokes, and LGBTQIA+ folks who choose not to come out — Innies + Outies brings you first person stories, as well as the perspectives of parents, partners, friends, colleagues and even teammates — who’ve been on these journeys too.
Guests include multi-award-winning comedian Rhys Nicholson, public health and civil rights advocate Dr Kerryn Phelps, the first openly gay Indigenous parliamentarian Chansey Paech, and everyday Australians with incredible stories.
You’ll meet a teacher who helped launch the first student pride group in a region that voted overwhelmingly against marriage equality, a trans doctor working on the frontline of COVID, and a sawmill worker from regional Australia who affirmed her true gender after more than two decades at the same company.
Hosted by Walkley Award-winning journalist Mon Schafter, the podcast launches on National Coming Out Day on October 11th.
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