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Seahorse – Honest, Respectful, Difficult Discussions, and our Journey Experience

Tonight Greer speaks with two guests, Lyndall and Rob Slaney, for a perspective of a wife with a trans hubby.

In a frank interview, Lyndall and Rob discuss how Rob’s journey affected them as a couple, individually, their immediate families, the ongoing challenges as goal posts moved, where they are now, their current future, and their shared intent – when the time is right – to better the experience of others should they find themselves in similar circumstance.

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Seahorse Victoria – Inclusion – Introducing Don George

Tonight, Greer speaks with Don George, who tells us of growing up Serbian in America, what the reality of this was his experience growing up, through to being given the opportunity to relocate to Australia, what he thinks of Australia, all with the underlying theme being to highlight and positively demonstrate inclusion, and what being…

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Quests By Community: Garry White – Disability, 1978, Accessible Transport, Aged Housing

Garry White knew early in life what it meant to be different, as he was born with a Disability, the effect upon family and community interactions, his own journey, and realising that to accept yourself as yourself, you’ve got to accept all of you. Garry recalls – one night in 1978, Oxford Street, Sydney; setting…

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Quests by Community: Healthier Relationships

Starlady identifies as a Trans Woman, Transfeminine, Queer, who has been a passionate activist from a young age. First Nations communities where she lived and worked, and a close family, gave her the space to grow, to mature, to explore gender identity, all seeing her as she was, acknowledging and celebrating her, with none of…

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