Skye (they/them) is a queer person who also lives with being blind and paralysed after having a stroke when they were five.
In this episode, Skye speaks openly about what their life has been like living within the intersections of queer, disability and regional living. Skye studied music at university and shares stories of playing the trumpet and singing with choirs. At 13, they came out to themselves as gay, but now they are also navigating questioning their gender and how their relationships may change in the future. Skye speaks openly about some of the struggles that they have faced as well as how mental illness within the family has affected their life. Skye is currently writing their memoir called “Ways of Getting From Here to There” and talks about their relationships with biological and chosen families and the importance of having ...... Read more