'Is the media reporting conversion therapy correctly?' with Jamie Windust
In Britain, and across the world, there is a crisis. A crisis of misinformation, disinformation and politics - where opinions are weaponised and hailed as fact, and science is the enemy.'The Press': where so much of our pain is disseminated to the public, and more often than not met with unkindness, hostility and distain. Every fortnight on MediaWatch, we invite a guest who, within their field, is seeking to correct this imbalance and recenter the truth. Not through unfounded opinion, but with facts and objectivity.As well as challenging, interrogating and highlighting the lies and bigotry, we are also celebrating and shining a light on our successes, our wins, and our moments of triumph as a community - both within the mainstream media, and our own. Welcome to MediaWatch with Shahmir Sanni.In the first episode of this GAY TIMES original podcast series, host Shahmir Sanni (@shahmiruk) sits down with author, model and GAY TIMES Contributing Editor Jamie Windust (@jamie_windust) to discuss The Telegraph's recent report with the headline 'Conversion Therapy ban would criminalise Christian parents stopping children seeking transgender treatment' unpacking the story and discussing more generally the way the mainstream media is currently reporting on transgender issues. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Writer, model and inadvertent activist Jamie Windust talks to Scott about exploring their non-binary identity, the importance of fashion, petitioning Parliament for passports and being writing their first book (In Their Shoes) at the age of twenty-two. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode was recorded live on April 21st, 2021 for London's fabulous, independent bookstore Pages of Hackney. Jamie Windust, model, presenter, contributing editor at Gay Times, TedxLondon speaker, and author of In Their Shoes discusses their book and writing process with Alex Iantaffi, author of Gender Trauma. You can follow Jamie on Instagram and Twitter. You can order In Their Shoes and Gender Trauma from Pages of Hackney, your nearest independent bookstore, or wherever you get your books.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/genderstories)
Out with Suzi Ruffell - S3 EP8: Jamie WindustJoining me on the show this week is the brilliant, award-winning non-binary writer, public speaker and model, Jamie Windust.I loved hearing about their story and 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: email@example.com: @outwithsuzi A 'Keep It Light Media' ProductionSales, advertising and general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
To kick off the second series of Talking Tough, Georgia Moot chats to Jamie Windust about the importance of visibility for non-binary people and why everyone should learn to make their lives less about the labels they go by and more about the joy they bring. Jamie is an award-winning LGBTQ+ writer/editor, speaker and invincible voice for change within the fashion and beauty industries, who combines wit and creativity to deliver a powerful message on diversity. To learn more about uplifting others' joy over their trauma, and the experiences of marginalised genders, Jamie's top picks are: Charities http://www.galop.org.uk/ - Leading LGBTQ Anti violence charity https://instagram.com/existloudly?igshid=1wkx2ckzg2nuf Books This Book Will Make You Kinder by Henry James Garrett Unicorn - Amrou Al-Kadhi Articles https://www.gaytimes.co.uk/life/why-are-we-surprised-the-uk-government-has-not-only-created-a-hostile-environment-for-lgbtq-issues-but-fuelled-one/ https://gal-dem.com/transphobia-sexual-violence-sound-like-a-man-hang-up-vawg-investigation/
Michael and Mark talk to writer, presenter and cultural commentator Jamie Windust about football, fashion, flattery and fury.Follow menkind on Twitter and Instagram @menkindpodcastRecorded and edited by Victoria Payne and Lianne Coop for Impatient Productions. Artwork by Haiminh Le. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#81 Writing, Makeup and Other Miscellaneous Tangents with Jamie Windust
Hey Podulters, I hope you're well! In this episode I speak to Jamie Windust about their new book, their favourite makeup lewks and a traumatic experience they had this summer. Their new book 'In Their Shoes' is out now! I hope you enjoy, as always please do rate, review and subscribe.Jamie's BooksKnow My Name, Chanel MillerHappy Fat, Sofie HagenThis Book Will Make You Kinder, Henry James Garret See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Writer Jamie Windust - Romance, gender and getting angry at Love Island
Who Hurt You?
Sofie talks to Jamie Windust about writing, talking about gender on their terms, advocating for social change, In Their Shoes, TED X London, approaches to relationships, vulnerability, and getting angry at Love Island.Content warning – coronavirus, transphobia, sexuality, sexual assault, trauma, rape, criminal justice systemArtwork 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)
Hi Body Protesters! On this episode, Honey and Nadia speak to the wonderful Jamie Windust. We recorded this episode back in February, which feels like three lifetimes ago, but the conversation is just as timely and important. Lean in. Jamie speaks to Honey and Nadia about: Being non-binary The "Jamie" face Pros and cons of trans representation Setting boundaries and asking for what they need Gender identity vs gender expression We hope you enjoy listening! Please remember to rate, review, share and subscribe! Honey and Nadia x x x Connect with us on Instagram: @honeykinny @nadia.craddock For more on Jamie: https://www.jamiewindust.co.ukInstagram: @jamie_windust Ted Talk: https://bit.ly/2Fi1VPkBook: https://www.waterstones.com/book/in-their-shoes/jamie-windust//9781787752429 Shout out to the angels that help us make this podcast! Editing by Project Harness Cover art by Eve Delaney Music by Eve Burke-Edwards See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
IDENTITY IN THE DIGITAL AGE: #IWEIGH SPECIAL Part 2 (with Jamie Windust and Jameela Jamil)
Things Worth Fighting For
Studies show that the average smartphone user checks their screen up to 150 times per day, scrolling through an Eiffel Tower’s worth of posts. Meanwhile rates of anxiety have soared in young people, and scientists tell us that we’re lonelier than ever. But movements like #MeToo and BLM have shown that social media can also be a powerful tool in the fight for inclusivity and social justice.In Part Two of this special bumper episode of the pod, Blaine catches up with actor, broadcaster and advocate Jameela Jamil to hear how a move to Los Angeles fuelled her drive to speak out on toxic body-shaming in the media and Celebrity endorsements of weight-loss products. Blaine also hears how Jameela’s organisation #IWeigh has evolved into a community platform celebrating radical inclusivity.At the end of this episode you will hear ‘Petty Drone’ from Mystery Jets’ critically-acclaimed new album ‘A Billion Heartbeats’. You can buy and stream the album here.This bumper episode of ‘Things Worth Fighting For’ was brought to you by Acast and produced with Matthew Twaites. Thanks to Isabel Offler as well as Courtney Aiesha Mortimer and Kate Jones at UROK for production assistance and coordination. Jameela Jamil on ‘Ways to change the world’ with Krishnan Guru-Murthy (Youtube)Jameela and Lizzo discuss finding confidence and dealing with social media criticism (Youtube)Follow IWeigh on InstagramIWeighCommunity.comListen to the IWeigh Podcast (Apple)Forest Bathing in Japan (National Geographic)Attitude is Everything: Improving deaf and disabled people’s access to live musicWatch Adam Curtis’ documentary ‘HyperNormalisation’ (IPlayer)Support the amazing MermaidsUK CharityPre-Order Jamie Windust’s book ‘In Their Shoes’ (Waterstones)LGBTQI+ Glossary (Amnesty International)Listen to Steve XO’s Sounds of Silence podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.