On this episode we celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month with Richard Rawlings who tells us about his research exploring the ways in which LGBTQ+ people use dating apps to form connections in rural and urban settings. We discuss resilience and how both the city and country offer different challenges and opportunities for queer people to find connection.
Follow Richard’s research updates on his website.
Richard and his supervisors would like to thank all the LGBTQ+ participants who contributed to his research and the knowledge they shared about their experiences of place and finding connection.
Show transcript can be found here.