Well, this is some episode of Not A Knife.

There’s an interview with David Blake Knox – the writer of the documentary James Joyce: A Shout in the Streets, which is screening as part of the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival on the 6th of July at 7:00pm. Tickets available here.

Then, there’s a look at Hannah Gadsby’s essential Netflix stand up comedy show, Nanette. It’s at this point of the show that a trigger warning comes into effect, so if discussions about violence against women or sexual assault is too much, then please be forewarned that the discussion heads in that direction.

Then, a look at one of the great films from 2017, Call Me By Your Name, and the value of bisexual representation in cinema.

Finally, a wrap up look at the music of Camp Cope and Courtney Barnett and how they have weaved stories about sexual assault and violence against women into their music.

It’s a long one. It’s not an easy discussion to have recorded, but it’s out there.

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The relevant links mentioned in the show:

Victoria Against Violence Call It Out’ ad campaign
Women’s Community Shelters
Junkee article on State of Origin domestic violence spike
Lifeline – 13 11 14
Beyond Blue – 1300 22 4636
Top 20 charities that support Women
Minus18 article on busting 7 myths about being bisexual
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