The Queerability Podcast
Discover why Queerability is our superpower
We're all about giving a voice to the untold stories in the Queer community.
We know that the Queer experience is unique, diverse, and often undeserved.
Our mission is to use the power of storytelling to amplify those voices that too often go unheard.
We're all about chutzpah and the kind of fearless audacity it takes to transform confusion, loss, insecurity, and uncertainty into resilience, creativity, and purpose. Through the powerful stories shared by our guests, we journey with them through the ups and downs of life, uncovering the resilience, creativity, and purpose that are born from struggle and adversity.
We're all about shining a light on the diverse experiences of our community, we can challenge stereotypes, broaden understanding, and create a more compassionate and equitable world.
Episode 15: INTERSECTIONALITY OF PRIDE
Born, bred and buttered in Greater Manchester, Sally has dedicated her life to bettering the lives of young people, particularly marginalised LGBTQ+ people and women. This remarkable individual escaped a hostile homophobic home life to flourish as a national leader in LGBTQ+ youth provision.
Episode 14: THE SOUNDS OF TIN
TIN is a very passionate artist and a big advocate for LGBTQ+ musicians. He discusses his concerns regarding talented performers who are losing opportunities due to a mediocre mindset, as those who hold themselves back because they don't want to be labelled as a 'queer artist'.
Episode 13: THE STAGES OF ACTING
Jacob is an actor and creative born in Nottingham, and a recent graduate of The Central School of Speech & Drama. His debut short film, A Casting Room, explored the complexity of being mixed race in the acting industry, and was a finalist at Pinewood Studios' Lift-Off Festival 2020.
Episode 8: A FILMMAKER RISING
Margot Bruce is a film director and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned a Bachelor of Arts at the College of Wooster, with a major in English and minor in Film Studies. She was a member of the NCAA DIII swim team and received the Dean’s Scholarship Award.