S3E9: On being out online with Kate O’Sullivan

S3E9: On being out online with Kate O’Sullivan

In this week’s episode, I chat with my friend Kate O’Sullivan about being out online and being an effective ally.

We talked about:

  • Being an effective and vocal ally online and how it feels when you lose followers because of it
  • Internalised homophobia and realising you’re gay as an adult
  • The problems with the words “tolerance” and “acceptance”
  • Creating safe spaces online
  • A breakdown of the acronym LGBTQA+ and the importance that labels can have for people
  • Imriel ‘Inclusivity Queen’ Morgan and why it’s not about having privilege, but what you do with it
  • Differentiating what is cultural appropriation from cultural appreciation
  • Centering marginalised people rather than centering yourself
  • The shaming of people’s sexuality and the fetishisation of a coming out story

And don’t forget that my ecourse Your First Byline is open for registration and starts today!

And more. Listen here or on Apple PodcastsSpotify or anywhere you usually get your podcasts.

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PODCAST EPISODE: I chat with Kate O'Sullivan about being an ally to those in marginalised communities and she shares her experience of being out online. [Girl with short hair, glasses and 'Girls do it better' tshirt stands in front of patterned wall]

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