“Anything goes” | Episode 6

“Anything goes” | Episode 6

By Tash Walker, Adam Zmith and Shivani Dave

The Log Books

Monday, 9 December

In the 70s, there was no such thing as an “LGBTQ+ community”. The log books reveal how identities, labels and definitions have always been in flux among those with minority sexual and gender identities. Former Switchboard volunteer Diana James is among the contributors who explains all this to Tash and Adam. Transgender and non-binary activists Owl and Fox Fisher guide us through their thoughts on how identities form in today’s internet-focused world.


Content warning: historic terms.


The Log Books — stories from Britain’s LGBT+ history and conversations about being queer today. Produced by Shivani Dave, Adam Smith and Tash Walker, in partnership with Switchboard - the LGBT+ helpline.


For more information about identities and labels, take a look at:

Why We Need More Queer Identity Labels, Not Fewer

Stonewall’s glossary of terms

A Brief History of the LGBTQ Initialism


Music by Tom Foskett-Barnes

Artwork by Natalie Doto

https://www.thelogbooks.org

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