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I Have a Que(e)ry

Created and developed by academics, activists and artists. 'I Have a Que(e)ry' is a documentary web series and live panel exploring the relationship between media representation and the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQIA+ individuals and communities.

Get involved on Twitter and Instagram: @QueerySeries #QueerySeries

To collaborate and/or sponsor an episode, email Kerry: positivechange@live.com

Latest News

The 'I Have a Que(e)ry' non-binary panel has been added to the programme of events at ClexaCon London, learn more below.

I Have a Que(e)ry panel for Clexacon London: "'I Have a Que(e)ry' is a panel comprising five queer, non-binary and gender non-conforming academics and creatives. Each bringing our unique personal and professional experiences, we are coming together to explore where we as non-binary and gender non-conforming people fit within gendered, queer spaces. After a discussion of non-binary and gender non-conforming representation in popular culture, we will welcome respectful questions and comments from the audience."

All 'I Have a Que(e)ry' panel appearences are listed on the EVENTS page.

Meet the Panelists

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Dylan (they/them) is a co-founder of Non-binary Edinburgh, a group that not only provides a safe space for all gender non-conforming people to come and socialise once a month, but that gives non-binary people a voice with the gender clinic. In their free time, they have also started working with various charities, including Mermaids and Gendered Intelligence. Although they are fairly new to it, Dylan is thoroughly enjoying the life of a trans activist.

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Han (they/them) is a non-binary Irish artist and performer currently living in Edinburgh. They enjoy exploring gender, sexuality, and mental health issues in their work as an illustrator, and camp ridiculousness in their work as a drag artist. Recently graduated, they were heavily involved with Edinburgh University's LGBT+ society, and led several workshops on LGBT+ sex ed and gender.

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Kerry (they/them) is a disabled LGBTQIA+ creative activist and postgraduate Counselling and Psychotherapy student based in Edinburgh, Scotland. They are the founder of Positive Change Arts Projects (PCAP), a creative non-profit organisation focusing on the mental health, wellbeing and representation of LGBTQIA+ individuals and communities. As part of PCAP, Kerry can often be found somewhere in Europe facilitating the ‘I am…’ workshop and developing ‘I Have a Que(e)ry’.

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Moyo (he/they) is a non-binary student currently studying Philosophy and Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. In addition to studying, they are involved with the University LGBT+ society and NUS Trans Scotland campaign. They are also a proud Christian, starting Queers of Faith, a group for LGBT+ people of Faith.

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