Liz Duck-Chong recounts memories of her life and her story is a real story, but it isn’t the whole story. Not yet.
Liz Duck-Chong is a writer, sexual health nerd, photographer and musician who almost exclusively wears odd socks. She has had her work featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, Crikey, Meanjin, Kill Your Darlings, ABC Online, SBS Online, Archer Magazine, Junkee, and Overland. A proud trans and non binary woman, Liz is a true renaissance figure in the sense that most of them were really gay. She can be found on @lizduckchong or co-hosting @letsdoitpodcast, a podcast about queer sexual health.An extended version of this story will be featured in the new Queerstories book which can be pre-ordered on Booktopia.
Queerstories is an LGBTQIA+ storytelling night programmed by Maeve Marsden, with regular events in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. For Queerstories event dates, visit www.maevemarsden.com, and follow Queerstories on Facebook.
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