OUTthink Will Be Back In 2018
A little over a year ago, the first episode of the podcast OUTthink was published to the world.
The aim of OUTthink was simple; to create more discussion and awareness around the LGBTQIA community and mental health issues.
Over the course of the first ‘season’, our topics ranged from discussions on transgender, sexual fluidity, anxiety, shifting friendships, HIV acceptance, the impact of shame, and even a look at how we use comedy as a form of defense mechanism.
In each episode, the aim was to have a casual conversation that held no objective other than to explore the topic openly and to consider what advice or insight our guests could offer based on their own experiences.
What next for OUTthink?
I’d really love to hear from people as to what kinds of topics and guests they would like the podcast to explore next.
Our guests tend to fall into two categories; people who are specialists in their area and who can offer us advice or people who have experienced challenges and difficulties and who has a resilience that is inspiring and insightful.
If there is one aim I have with OUTthink, it is to continue to make something that is going to be informative, engaging and that manages to speak to the diverse range of people that make up the LGBT community.
Do you have a story that you would like to share? Then why not contact Lawrence and get in touch. You can also find Lawrence and Release Hypnosis on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. As one guest proved, you can be international as well as local as we will use Skype to conduct interviews and at a time that is convenient for you.
If you’re on Facebook, you can also like the OUTthink Facebook Page which will feature regular updates on the podcast, additional articles of interest and I might even pop my ugly mug up during a Facebook Live to give you an update as well.
You might also like to read;
OUTthink – Talking About Marriage Equality with Joe Busuttil
OUTthink – Polly Filla – The Psychology of Drag
Release Hypnosis’s Lawrence Akers on JOY FM
OUTthink Now Has a Home On Facebook