Tertiary Catalogue

Health and Community Services

Contains 8 Categories

Sex Workers

Sex Workers

You Can't Ask That

Insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to be a sex worker. #YouCantAskThat
Terminally Ill

Terminally Ill

You Can't Ask That

Insightful, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to live with a terminal illness. #YouCantAskThat
Indigenous

Indigenous

You Can't Ask That

Insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to be an Indigenous Australian. #YouCantAskThat
Fat

Fat

You Can't Ask That

This episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to be judged as fat. Find out the answers to the questions Australians wanted to ask but were too embarrassed or afraid to ever ask in person.
Polyamorous

Polyamorous

You Can't Ask That

Polyamorous Australians, people in a relationship with multiple partners, answer the questions Australians wanted to ask but were too embarrassed or afraid to ever ask in person.
Ex-Prisoners

Ex-Prisoners

You Can't Ask That

Insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to go into prison and come out the other side.
Transgender

Transgender

You Can't Ask That

An insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable episode that sets the record straight about what it's really like to be transgender.
Muslims

Muslims

You Can't Ask That

Muslims answer the questions Australians wanted to ask but were too embarrassed or afraid to ever ask in person.
Wheelchair Users

Wheelchair Users

You Can't Ask That

Misunderstood, marginalised Australians answering anonymous, online questions. Insightful, irreverent and moving this episode sets the record straight of what it's really like to be a wheelchair user.
Short Statured

Short Statured

You Can't Ask That

Setting the record straight about what it's really like to be short statured, find out the answers to the questions Australians wanted to ask but were too embarrassed or afraid to ever ask in person.