In this episode, Hannah is joined by Calum McSwiggan, who is an LGBTQ+ writer, advocate, and author. Calum discusses his debut book, Eat Gay Love, an LGBTQ+ travel memoir, as well as his experiences traveling different parts of the world as a gay man. He and Hannah talk about visibility, and Calum’s privilege within the LGBTQ+ community as a white cis gay man. Finally, Hannah and Calum discuss the idea of community, what home means, and how LGBTQ+ people exist everywhere. Also: penises.
MORE ABOUT CALUM MCSWIGGAN
Calum McSwiggan is a writer, radio presenter, and LGBT+ advocate. His first book, Eat Gay Love, is out on 9 July!
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/CalumMcSwiggan
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/calummcswiggan/
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/eatgaylove
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