Sonja, Marqy and Latoya
PX Whanau is the first queer Pasifika radio show broadcast in Australia.
PX Whanau covers news and views from our queer Pasifika community including the arts and culture and the events that build and nourish our people.
We connect our community with the stories and the voices that have meaning for our community.
Sharing stories about us, for us and for all the South Seas, diaspora Oceania and Pasifika cultures in Australia from news, to our views on all things LGBTIQA+ Pasifika. Covering events, festivals and activities of cultural importance including interviews with community leaders and those who make the news in our, and, about our community.
Join us as we share the stories of our diverse people with opinions and information about our community, for our community.
Every Saturday afternoon 1.30-2 pm AEST on 3CR 855 AM community radio.
The PX stands for Pacifique X, a Pacific Island LGBTIQA+ non-profit group that supports and represents our diverse Pasifika community based in Narrm/Melbourne. As a collective we are all proud Pasifika diaspora advocating for our people from the LGBTIQA+ spectrum, as well as upholding and protecting our diverse gender identities. Whanau (in NZ Maori) stands for Family, in this case our Rainbow ‘chosen families’ here in Australia.
PX Whanau is honoured and proud to share our lived experiences,our personal stories, as LGBTIQA+ people with the wider community of Australia.
We are PX Whanau the diverse voices of queer Pasifika.
PX Whanau are: Marqy, Latoya, Tony, Sara and Sonja.
Find out more about the collective Pacifique X.
PX Whanau email: email@example.com
PX Whanau podcast series.
In 2022 the PX Whanau team produced a special 16-episode podcast designed by and for the LGBTIQA+ Pasifika community providing support, accurate information, and real-life experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. You can listen to the podcasts here.
We acknowledge that we produce and broadcast our show and podcast from Indigenous lands whose sovereignty was never ceded and recognize the Traditional
Owners the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, paying respect to Elders past, present and future.
Always Was, Always Will Be, Aboriginal Land.