Episode 15 – The boundaries of ‘Queer’

Who gets to call themselves Queer? Where does Queerness begin, where does it end, and who gets to determine these boundaries? These are some of the questions that our special guest, Phiona Stanley, addressed in our 15th episode of Tales from the Tea Room. Drawing on personal experience and rich scholarship, she made of this … Continue reading Episode 15 – The boundaries of ‘Queer’

Episode 12 – Holding hands as an act of bravery

After a three-month pause, Tales from the Tea Room comes back with an episode that celebrates our 1st anniversary of conversations on the everyday lives of gay men. On this occasion we talk about LGBTQ couples holding hands and the emotions, thoughts, and responses that this deceivingly simple act generates within ourselves and in others. … Continue reading Episode 12 – Holding hands as an act of bravery

Episode 4 – For an LGBTQ inclusive curriculum in schools

In this episode of 'Tales from the Tea Room', David Lowbridge-Ellis talks about his work in education and how teachers and school administrators can implement an LGBTQ inclusive curriculum. Edgar and Neill Rodríguez-Dorans host this conversation that touches upon the negative legacy of Section 28 in Britain, the work of LGBTed to empower teachers and … Continue reading Episode 4 – For an LGBTQ inclusive curriculum in schools