There’s no right or wrong way to come out. It’s uncharted terrain for everyone who breaks the news to their whānau, friends and world at large. In Full Disclosu...
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Running It Straight with Alice Soper
Freelance journalist and staunch advocate for women’s sport Alice Soper opens up on her path to self-acceptance and coming out in her late 20s, and deep dives into the stronghold gender and perception bias still have in women’s sport.
Why Coming Out Is A Special Thing with Chris Parker
Actor and comedian Chris Parker discusses the difference between sexuality and personality, why he’s never conformed to the stereotypical image of what a man should be, and how being on the cover of Gay Express magazine forced him to come out to his parents.
Finding Your Purpose On The Planet with Elizabeth Kerekere
Politician and LGBTQ activist and scholar Elizabeth KereKere reveals when she first knew she was takatāpui and discusses her lifetime of activism - from her involvement in protesting for Homosexual Law Reform in the late 1970s and early 1980s, to the banning of conversion practices in 2022 - and why activism is so important for creating change.
The Power In Being A Good Human with Matty McLean
TV presenter Matty McLean opens up about the years he spent suppressing his sexuality and the fear he felt coming out to his parents. He reveals why he’s a hard six on the Kinsey Scale and shares his views on using love and kindness to fight homophobia.
The Art Of Not Giving A Shit with Urzila Carlson
Comedian Urzila Carlson was only 4 years old that she’d never have a husband and shares her views on why there’s no way in hell South Africa poisoned the All Blacks at the 1995 World Cup.
There’s no right or wrong way to come out. It’s uncharted terrain for everyone who breaks the news to their whānau, friends and world at large. In Full Disclosure, brave and brilliant Kiwis share their coming out stories with Karen O’Leary. They divulge all sorts of very personal insights, from the deep to the dark and the downright funny. Everyone is welcome, even straight people - this podcast is the very definition of inclusive - because, hey, who doesn’t love a good coming out story?
Host: Karen O'Leary;
Creator and producer: Kate Langdon;
Associate producer: Jen Black;
Audio editing and mixing: John Ropiha;
Executive producer: Chris Reed.