Queerstories 2020 is a special series of the Queerstories podcast recorded during the lockdown months of 2020, featuring LGBTQI+ storytellers reflecting on the events of the year.
These stories are about the things that can give you purpose and meaning in the face of destabilising change.
Bronte Noakes has worked with children and young people since they were a child, wiping tears, noses and bums and chasing kids til the cows come home. They’re in their Honours year studying Psychology and were one of the first ex-campers to volunteer for Camp Out, a NSW camp for LGBTQI+ teens. When they’re not studying, they’re playing AFL for Sydney Uni or spending time underwater.
Sarah Langston is a queer, disabled, neurodiverse single mother of a disabled kiddo. Her professional background is in early childhood education and ECE advocacy, and she’s currently studying bush regeneration while full time parenting in quarantine with her child. Sarah is involved with ACON’s QueerAbility Project, recently filming the QueerAbility NDIS Toolkit, and she is presenting a series of professional development workshops in 2021 with the Teaching and Learning Network about how to make Early Childhood Education and Care settings more accessible for children and families with ADHD.