Pheebs Jameson

She/They

Nonbinaryness and coming out online

Welcome to the second episode of season 2 of S3XtheorywithDemi & Friends! In this episode, I am joined by Pheebs (She/They) to discuss our coming out stories as baby nonbinary’s, the struggles of coming out online but also the amazing community we have found since coming out. Scroll down for shownotes and Pheebs bio!

Meet Pheebs!

Hi! My name is Pheebs Jameson, online I am commonly known as ‘Fat Pheebs or @fatpheebs’, I am a young queer, fat content creator based in Bristol (UK), who covers subjects such as body acceptance, living with severe mental illness, fat positivity, sexual violence, queer identity and lots more. I also LOVE to play bass and share a few covers every month!

Show Notes

What you will find in this episode:

  • What does nonbinary mean?
  • What does nonbinary mean to us?
  • Our coming out stories
  • The struggle of being femme and them
  • The struggle of coming out online
  • ’Girl’
  • How to be happy online
  • Advice for those questioning their gender identity or sexuality

SPEAK UP SPACE

Pheebs is a co-founder of Speak Up Space – Speak Up Space is now part of the Stay Well CYP Service which is funded by Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group. Speak Up Space forms part of the Stay Well CYP Service which aims to improve the wellbeing of children and young people in Stoke-on-Trent through a range of innovative services provided by Changes YP in partnership with North Staffs Mind and the Dove Service. Check out SUS website below.

https://www.instagram.com/thespeakupspace/

Pheebs socials

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