Host Mundanara Bayles is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference which is the accumulated knowledge that Aboriginal people developed over the tens of thousands of years of living in this land, now known as Australia.

Relationships are at the core of Aboriginal Culture and Society and in our whole history of living in this country we never invaded our neighbours.

An Aboriginal Terms of Reference introduction is based on “Who you are and not what you do”, this way of introduction has been practiced by Aboriginal people since the first sunrise. From an Aboriginal perspective this way of introduction reinforces our humaness, we are much more than our job titles.

You probably recognise this week’s guest. Felicia Foxx is a Kamilaroi and Dunghutti storyteller and drag queen, and they are thriving. Starting their drag career at just 16 years old, Felicia set out to inspire young ones to be their most charismatic and authentic selves. Using their platform, they continue to break down barriers, smash stigmas and create awareness for Indigenous and queer rights.

In this episode, Felicia shares their story of discovering their two spirits, the value of connecting with queer mob and how they found confidence in their identity.

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The Black Magic Woman Podcast is hosted by Mundanara Bayles and is an uplifting conversational style program featuring mainly Aboriginal guests and explores issues of importance to Aboriginal people and communities.  Mundanara is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference and focusses more on who people are rather than on what they do.

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