Women over 40, queer families, body image and ‘furries’ are on the bill for the spring season of Victoria’s locally made LGBTI TV program, Bent TV.

The season begins on October 5, kicking off with the topic of furries, a subculture of people who feel more comfortable dressed up as animal characters.

There will be two gay debates as part of this season’s line up, the first topic will be ‘Can you can pray the gay away?’ and the second, ‘Bisexuality is a myth’.

Bent TV president Remy Scholten said he was looking forward to the spring season and added their website would be undergoing some changes soon as well.

Bent TV is only showing during Channel 31’s spring and autumn seasons currently because it’s a volunteer organisation.

Shows will also be uploaded to the Channel 31 website for online viewing following each episode.

INFO: www.c31.org.au

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