Loud & Queer: LGBT+ artistic processes and gender at work
This episode of Loud & Queer heard Sammy, Elizabeth and Laura discuss some of the latest cases of gender discrimination in the legal system.
Elizabeth also sat down with an emerging queer musician to chat about their creative process: Joolz, a Brisbane-based cross-genre artist featuring a mixed bag of feels consisting of Indie pop, RnB electro and Hiphop.
Sam Perryman, Elizabeth Busch, and Laura Green.
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