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This week we’re joined by educator and LGBTQ+ advocate Lee Samuels who tells us how being diagnosed with HIV has changed his attitude to life and how his sexuality influences his approach to teaching.

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Lee’s Master’s research: https://dramamtl.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/tell-it-to-them-straight-a-study-of-the-concerns-of-lgb-secondary-school-teachers-in-the-workplace/

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With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the daily prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face.

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Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood

Editor: Adam Hull

Transcriptionist: Carly Gadd

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