Content warning: Please be aware that this episode contains descriptions and discussions of discrimination towards queer people, othering, Islamophobia, sex, and religion. If this is a trigger for you, please contact Lifeline (13 11 14), Switchboard Victoria (1800 184 527), or contact your state-based service.
Michele Vescio speaks with Niveen Abdelatty, a queer Muslim woman of colour and a politically charged DJ and musician, about her queer history through the lens of intersectionality and disidentification; we also unpack discussions on decolonising information and education in the context of queer history within broad LGBTIQA+ identities and communities.
Tracklisting: 'Disjointed' by Candy Royalle, 'A Deeper Love' (Sixty Feet Deep remix) by Aretha Franklin
Decolonizing Queer Time: A Critique of Anachronism in Latin@ Writings
Everyday Decolonization: Living a Decolonizing Queer Politics
Against State Straightism: Five Principles for Including LGBT Indonesians
Queer and Then?
Decolonising and Queering Praxis: The Unanswerable Questions for ‘Queer Asia
The intersectionality wars
Yes, we must decolonise: our teaching has to go beyond elite white men
Australia’s queer history
There is No Hierarchy of Oppression
The art of seeing Aboriginal Australia’s queer potential
A map of gender-diverse cultures
A definitive timeline of LGBT+ rights in Australia
LGBTI Aboriginal people – diversity at the margins
Indigenous Subjectivity in Australia: Are we Queer
Decolonising the Queer movement in Australia: we need solidarity, not pink-washing