CILIA-LGBTQI+: Study comparing intersectional lifecourse inequalities among LGBTQI+ people in four European countries.
In this podcast series, I (Yvette Taylor) speak to a range of ‘Comparing Intersectional Lifecourse Inequalities amongst LGBTQI+ Citizens in 4 European Countries’ (CILIA) project user group members, and others that I’ve met in the course of the research – whether that’s in utilizing the facilities and events space, for example, at Glasgow Women’s Library, or in learning about new activities such as the LGBTI+ Elders Social Dance Club. This episode features an interview with the founder and director of Fumble, Lucy Whitehouse. Fumble is a sex education charity in the UK, making digital resources on sex, relationships, healthy bodies, puberty, and mental health, co-creating content with young people, for young people. Here I talk to Lucy about experiences of, failures in and importance of sex and relationships education, which CILIA respondents in Scotland had much to say about.
The wider podcast series features interviews with Dr Churnjeet Mahn, University of Strathclyde, Lou Brodie of LGBTI Elders Social Dance Club, and Professor Sharon Cowan, University of Edinburgh.
Produced by Amanda Stanley.
Music by Kim Moore.
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