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Loud & Queer: A feel good week in LGBTQIA+ news

Liz and Bailey sat down for a short and sweet episode this week to discuss the best in LGBTQIA+ news, and a […]

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Loud & Queer: What ‘trans actors in trans roles’ really means, plus a sit down with Philip La Rosa

Following the revelation that Eddie Redmayne regrets his role as a trans character in the Oscar-nominated film The Danish Girl, Liz and Bailey […]

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Loud & Queer: Prudns on their magical debut EP and exploring Trans Awareness Week

Tune in for this sweet episode of Loud & Queer, where Bailey explains the premise of Transgender Awareness Week and what it […]

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Loud & Queer: a decades long “lesbian utopia” and an inquiry into hate crimes

Listen to Liz describe the history of a “lesbian utopia” found at a long-running denuclearisation protest in Britain, which began in the […]

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Loud & Queer: Spooky Halloween special

Break out the popcorn, it’s time to discuss all things creepy, spooky, and queer-coded villainy in this Halloween special. Listen to Liz […]

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Loud & Queer: Creative pursuits and Wearing it Purple

Sam, Laura and Liz get together for a relaxed Sunday chat about all things creative pursuits during lockdown, what Wear it Purple […]

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Loud & Queer: Queer filmmaking and pride merch fails

Sammy joins Laura and Elizabeth for some light-hearted trash talk about corporation’s terrible attempts at making pride merch for queer people. Sammy […]

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Loud & Queer reviews Melbourne Queer Film Festival

Tune in for Loud & Queer’s rundown on the 2021 Melbourne Queer Film Festival! Laura (they/them) and Elizabeth (she/her) dove into four […]

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FILM REVIEW: Dating Amber

Words by Jessica Seychell Dating Amber is the coming-out film you wish you had in your adolescence. Riddled with quick remarks and […]

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FILM REVIEW: MQFF Comedy Shorts

Words by Jessica Seychell On their opening night, the Comedy Shorts at this year’s MQFF packed a punch. Riddled with satire and […]