Matt Cain's Sunday Roast: Lewis Oakley, Sophie Blackwell, Riyadh Khalaf and Juno Dawson
Virgin Radio Pridecast
This week for his Sunday Roast, Matt is joined by bisexual activist and writer Lewis Oakley, as well as broadcaster and poet Sophia Blackwell, to talk about their experiences with coming out and what they would do differently if they could come out again. Plus, the panel are also joined by broadcaster Riyadh Khalaf to discuss whether social media has been a driving force for division within the LGBTQ+ community, and author Juno Dawson, to find out whether LGBTQ+ relationships are different from straight, cis ones, and if so, what we can learn from each. Please note, some of the topics discussed in this episode might be sensitive and/or triggering. For help and support with any LGBTQ+ issues you might be facing, you can contact Switchboard on 0300 330 0630. Alternatively, the Samaritans are available twenty-four hours a day on 116 123.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Trans Rights and Transphobia in the British Media with Juno Dawson
Doing It! with Hannah Witton
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Juno Dawson, who is a bestselling author, screenwriter and journalist. Juno discusses trans rights, and also transphobia in the British media. Her and Hannah talk about healthcare for trans youth, and her new book What's the T?. Finally, Hannah and Juno discuss the evolving nature of language, and how women with an x may not be as inclusive as it first seems.CW: Transphobia and JK Rowling.MORE ABOUT JUNO DAWSONJuno Dawson is a bestselling novelist, screenwriter, journalist, and a columnist for Attitude Magazine. Her writing has appeared in Glamour, The Pool, Dazed and the Guardian. She has appeared on Pointless Celebrities, BBC Women’s Hour, Front Row, ITV News, Channel 5 News, This Morning and Newsnight.Juno’s books include the global bestsellers, THIS BOOK IS GAY and CLEAN. She won the 2020 YA Book Prize for MEAT MARKET. She also writes for television and has multiple shows in development both in the UK and US. An occasional actress and model, Juno had a cameo in the BBC’s I MAY DESTROY YOU (2020) and was the face of Jecca Cosmetics Play Pots campaign.Juno grew up in West Yorkshire, writing imaginary episodes of Doctor Who. She later turned her talent to journalism, interviewing luminaries such as Steps and Atomic Kitten, before writing a weekly serial in a Brighton newspaper.Juno lives in Brighton. She is a part of the queer cabaret collective known as CLUB SILENCIO. In 2014, Juno became a School Role Model for the charity STONEWALL.- Twitter: https://twitter.com/junodawson- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/junodawson/📝CHECK OUT THE SHOW NOTES 📝https://doingitpodcast.co.uk✨CONNECT WITH US ✨https://www.instagram.com/doingitpodcasthttps://twitter.com/doingitpodcast👀WANT EARLY & AD-FREE ACCESS TO EPISODES?👀https://www.patreon.com/hannahwitton✏️SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER✏️http://bit.ly/HannahWittonsNewsletter
Juno Dawson: on teenage crushes, books, gender and fashion
My Queer Museum
Juno tells Roni and David which are the objects that would best tell her personal queer story. Juno Dawson is a best selling novelist, screenwriter, and journalist. She is also a part of the queer cabaret collective known as CLUB SILENCIO. Juno grew up in West Yorkshire, writing imaginary episodes of Doctor Who, today she lives in Brighton. In this interview Juno talks about teenage crushes, growing up as a queer person, being a writer, gender and fashion. Recorded on November 3, 2020, at The Spire, BrightonInterview by: Roni Guetta and David SheppeardEditing and original music by Olive Mondegreen
We're celebrating #InternationalWomensDay with esteemed author Juno Dawson.We ask Juno about the state of trans in the U.K. Are things better or worse for trans people, and how things currently are for trans youth following the landmark High Court ruling against puberty blockers for children.Her new book 'What’s The T' is an exploration of what it means to be a young transgender and/or non-binary person in the 21st Century, a go-to handbook for the young trans and/or non-binary queer community and their allies.Find out more about Juno and buy her books - https://www.junodawson.com/Stonewall’s statement on the puberty blockers ruling - https://www.stonewall.org.uk/about-us/news/stonewall-statement-high-court-puberty-blockers-rulingSupport trans youth! Head to https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/ and https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ Get bonus content on Patreon, with our super exclusive fan feed See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Latex Catsuits and Queer Visibility with Juno Dawson
The Things That Made Me Queer
Crystal is joined by renowned author, Juno Dawson! The two of them touch on many topics, including staying creative during lockdown, the benefits of finding kindred spirits early in life, and Michelle Pfeiffer. And of course, Juno shares the things that made her queer!
This week Sally is chatting to best selling novelist, Journalist and screenwriter, Juno Dawson. Juno’s books include the global bestsellers, THIS BOOK IS GAY and CLEAN. She won the 2020 YA Book Prize for MEAT MARKET. She also writes for television and has multiple shows in development both in the UK and US. In this episode Juno shares her journey to becoming an Author and how her work continues to evolve. She talks candidly about her life and shares her experience as a Trans woman in the literary world. You can find out more about Juno on her website junodawson.com or find her on Instagram @junodawsonHead to Sallys website for all her Psychic services and to order your bottle of Darling Number 1 Sallymorgan.tvFollow Sally on Instagram @sallymorgantvThis is a Peroxide Media PodcastExecutive Producer and Audio Engineering : Martin JosephProducer : Fern WiltshearIf you have enjoyed this podcast then check out The Real Brunch from Peroxide Media See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Out with Suzi Ruffell - S2 EP9: Juno DawsonOn this weeks episode I chat to the brilliant author, Juno Dawson. I loved hearing about her story. I hope you do too. Thanks. SuzixxPlease subscribe and leave a review.And if you want to get in touch with me on the show, here's how...email: firstname.lastname@example.org: @outwithsuzi A 'Keep It Light Media' ProductionSales, advertising and general enquiries: email@example.com
Today’s guest is novelist, screenwriter, journalist and columnist, Juno Dawson. Since I first met Juno I’ve learned so much about the issues facing trans people and I really admire her for always standing up for the people around her. Joining me from a cosy corner of Brighton, Juno joins me to talk everything from the Spice Girls to how trans people are represented in the media, and of course gives us a sneak into her make-up bag. Just to mention, in case these are sensitive topics to you, we discuss things such as body dysmorphia and anxiety, and there are some occasional swearwords in this episode. Here are a few of the things we discuss that you may wish to take a look at… Juno’s website: https://www.junodawson.comJuno on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/junodawsonStonewall Charity: https://www.stonewall.org.ukThis Book Is Gay: https://www.amazon.co.uk/This-Book-Gay-Juno-Dawson/dp/1471403955Terry Barber: https://www.instagram.com/terrybarberonbeauty/Jecca Blac: https://jeccablac.comParis Lees: https://www.instagram.com/paris.leesMunroe Bergdorf: https://www.instagram.com/munroebergdorfShon Faye: https://www.instagram.com/shon.faye See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
158: Gender & Mental Health with Juno Dawson (Part 1)
Mental - The Podcast to Destigmatise Mental Health
Either side of World Mental Health Day we are doing a special two part series on gender relating to mental health. This week we are joined by Juno Dawson to discuss blue vs pink, anxiety, stereotypes, gendered toys and more. Here we go! Mental is the brain-child of Bobby Temps, who lives and thrives while managing his own mental health. Each Thursday we delve into a factor or condition that affects the mind and how to better manage it. The podcast appearances we mentioned are: Fitter Healthier Dads, In The Moment with Alex Manzi & PodBible (Bobby’s episode is out on Saturday) Find our new show ‘Dating Games - The Modern Relationships Podcast’ on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Or wherever you pod... Petition to 'Get Mental Health Education on the School Curriculum' - Join us at bit.ly/MentalPetition Join the movement on: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram We also have a very blue website with loads of great resources HERE
Author Juno Dawson - Emotional literacy, transphobia and YA novels
Who Hurt You?
Sofie talks to Juno Dawson about writing fiction, screenplays and memoir, being a primary school teacher, emotional literacy, listening, learning, social media, “balance”, fan fiction, horror, the power of saying you’re wrong and her YA novels Meat Market, Clean and Wonderland. Content warning – coronavirus, mental health issues, anxiety, burnout, breakups, anger, sadness, homophobia, queerphobia, transphobia, incarceration, bereavement, economic/social deprivation, depression, antisemitism, racism, “cancel culture”, sexuality Artwork by Justine McNicholJingle by Harriet BraineProduced by Dave Pickering Made of Human Podcast online:Twitter: @podmohFacebook: facebook.com/madeofhumanpodcastWeb: madeofhumanpodcast.comPatreon: patreon.com/mohpod Sofie Hagen online:Twitter: @SofieHagenFacebook: facebook.com/sofiehagen.komikerWeb: sofiehagen.comInstagram: @sofiehagendkSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/sofiehagen)