Speak Out is a podcast, brought to you by LGBTQIA+ young people from InsideOUT. InsideOUT is a national charity based in New Zealand, with the vision for all rainbow young people to have a sense of safety and belonging in their schools and communities. Speak Out covers local and international news and events, interviews and discussion, music, reviews, and more, all with a connection to rainbow communities.
Compass, Jaye, and Maggie kōrero about their experiences with ADHD, from the beginning of their journey with it until now.
56 min 19 sec
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!
59 min 5 sec
Ashleigh and Neo kōrero about Mental Health Awareness Week, and then Emlyn and Lucy talk about Bisexual Awareness Week and their experiences being bi. If you're needing support, some places that can help are OutLine (https://outline.org.nz/), YouthLine (https://www.youthline.co.nz/) and 1737. Songs used are Waitī Waitā by Maisey Rika and In The Middle by Dodie Clark.
59 min 15 sec
Lucy and Neo kōrero about books, reading, and representation in both those things! The song used at the beginning and end is "I'd Be Your Wife" by Mary Lambert.
51 min 37 sec
Sophie and Compass kōrero about movies and shows with queer representation.
Compass rants about Queer media and then joins Emlyn as they explain the beautiful world of Narrative Podcasts.
49 min 29 sec
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/
58 min 54 sec
Charlie and Emlyn chat discuss SOPHIE and Philosophy tube in their section celebrating trans excellence. Emlyn then joins Compass in recapping their 2021 thus far.
42 min 23 sec
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
59 min 15 sec
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
58 min 6 sec
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
54 min 27 sec
Emlyn, Connor, Ari, Cad and Compass get together to record one of the most chaotic episodes of SpeakOUT to date with the help of some personality quizzes.
55 min 39 sec
Neo/Cad and Compass chat with AJ Fitzwater about their new book No Man's Land, their experience with being a queer author and their writing process.
1 hr 2 min
Emlyn, Neo/Cad and Compass chat about being non-binary, how being non-binary is different for all of them and how their identities have evolved over time.
59 min 6 sec
Bron, Alex and Compass jump from topic to topic in a very chaotic, car ride edition of SpeakOUT.
48 min 55 sec
KJ and Karen chat with Compass about Lesbian visibility and the importance of visibility in media and in life.
27 min 1 sec
Charlie, Sloan and Compass spill the quarantea during quarantine
53 min 36 sec
Charlie, Sloan, Ari and Compass discuss pride and all of the politics surrounding it before delving into their intersecting identities
57 min 45 sec
Compass chats with Shay and Benja about their experiences at university and what it's like being a rainbow student.
58 min 29 sec
Compass, Ri and Bron give their top tips on how to run a QSA and what QSAs are, along with study tips for anyone going back to school
1 hr 10 min
Brit and Compass chat about InsideOUTs growth and their own personal growth that has happened in 2019 and what will be happening in the new decade
1 hr 1 min
Shay and Compass talk about gifts, consumer culture and top tips on how to survive the holiday season
1 hr 1 min
Shay and Compass chat about their experiences with being trans in honour of trans awareness week & trans remembrance day.
1 hr 5 min
The one and only Will Hansen chats to Compass about preserving and creating trans history, how resistance and language in the trans community have developed and how we can start to heal the rifts in our community.
1 hr 10 min
In honour of asexual awareness week Alex chats with Compass about what being asexual means, different kinds of attraction and what it’s like to be ace in the rainbow community.
59 min 25 sec
Maggie, Jaye and Compass discuss their experiences with having ADHD and some of its lesser known symptoms.
59 min 15 sec
Compass and Neo chat about their experiences with being disabled and how being disabled and rainbow intersect.
57 min 42 sec
For Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, Jaye and Brit share the Pakiwaitara behind Pounamu and Hine-nui-te-Po, their own personal journies with learning te Reo and why te Reo Māori is so important.
1 hr 16 min
Sophie, Connor and Charlie chat to Compass about their experiences with identifying as bisexual, coming out and biphobia.
1 hr 9 min
With Day of Silence on the horizon, Compass chats to Brit and Jaye about their experiences with being Takatāpui.
36 min 8 sec
This week on Speak Out Compass talks about their struggles with perfectionism and how they have tried to overcome it.
29 min 56 sec
Emlyn and Compass get real about what it’s like for them to be non-binary. Speak Out Radio is now available on Podbean and Spotify
52 min 14 sec
Compass chats with Alex from Ending HIV about what HIV is, all of the stigma that comes with having HIV, and how to get tested and stay protected. From more info about Ending HIV go to: https://endinghiv.org.nz You can listen to the HIV/AIDS episodes of This Podcast Will Kill You wherever you get your podcasts.
43 min 25 sec
Compass chats with Erin, the coordinator for Out on the Shelves, where they talk about how important it is to see representation in books and how you can get involved. For more info about Out on the Shelves go to: http://www.outontheshelves.insideout.org.nz/
27 min 35 sec
Emlyn discusses Pride month and the importance of inclusivity, resisting gatekeeping and supporting your Queer Community members.
20 min 27 sec
Compass discusses Shift Hui 2019 and how important it is to Rainbow young people before jumping into IDAHBAT and Pink shirt day.
22 min 23 sec
Emlyn talks about queer relationships in the media and in real life, the positives, the negatives and its history.
30 min 36 sec
Neo discusses Psychosis, its symptoms and their own personal experience with having Psychosis.
26 min 50 sec
Compass discusses the terrorist in Christchurch and talks about the racism, ableism and other prejudices that are in our community that we have to combat
27 min 48 sec
Compass talks about the history of the Stonewall riots and the impact this had in Aotearoa.
23 min 31 sec
Emlyn and Jiabao talk about queer and trans representation in film – common themes like ‘bury your gays’ and some recommendations for good films!
Compass talks about the importance of labels and terminology in rainbow communities.
27 min 12 sec
Compass talks about disability awareness and fa’afafine week, and the importance of visibility and community.
28 min 14 sec
Alex talks about trans awareness week.
28 min 24 sec
Compass chats with Mani Mitchell about what it means to be Intersex and how we can support Intersex people
23 min 37 sec
Compass and Maggie talk about their experiences with ADHD and give some top tips for those with ADHD or those supporting them
57 min 32 sec
Emlyn joins Speak Out for the first time to share reflections for Bisexuality Awareness Week, including breaking down some stereotypes and sharing some of their own experiences as a bisexual person. They share artists from bi/pan artists including Janelle Monae, Jason Mraz and Panic at the Disco.
15 min 36 sec
Ko Te Wiki O Te Reo Maori, me te reo maori te kaupapa o tenei wiki. Ko Brit raua ko Alex nga kaikorero i tenei wiki. Ko Hamene me Peretānia nga kainga o nga tupuna a Alex. Ko Engarangi me te motu Kai Tahu nga kainga o nga tupuna a Brit. Mau to matou reo maori!
29 min 14 sec
Rosie updates us on all things rainbow relevant and plays some good tunes!
28 min 21 sec
Alice and Compass interview The Candle Wasters about queerness, mental wellbeing, and representation in their web series after the launch of Tragicomic!
49 min 41 sec