It’s about time we made a podcast that shone a bright light on sexual and reproductive health for people who aren’t cis. This new podcast project aims to tackle the gender binary in reproductive health care.
We don’t need to tell you that when it comes to reproductive and sexual health services the gender binary still reigns supreme.
Working It Out and Women’s Health Tasmania reckon something can be done about this. So we are joining forces and putting a call out for people with lived experience as trans and gender diverse folk to help steer this podcast so that it’s talking about the right things.
But we literally cannot do it without you.
All trans and gender diverse people are welcome to express interest in being on the advisory group.
We also need to hear from trans guys, trans masc folk and non-binary people who were presumed female at birth – in other words, folk who might be having to interact with health care services that are often aimed at cisgender women.
What you’re signing up for if you can meet in person in nipaluna/Hobart
- Attending 3 advisory group meetings at WIO's office in Argyle St, nipaluna/Hobart
- Being part of a group conversation that will identify the big issues in reproductive and sexual health care for trans and gender diverse people
- Giving feedback on direction of the podcasts
- Help us know where to look for people who might want to be interviewed for the podcast
- You’ll be paid a sitting fee of $40 per hour for the meetings
If you can’t attend in person – no worries!
- We’re also looking for people outside of nipaluna/Hobart to give us their ideas and perspectives
- You can do this over the phone or online
- You’ll be paid $40 an hour for your time
Sign up here > https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HN2BPZ8