10. 6.\ 20.00\ KLUB TIFFANY
The Homosexual Revolution presented – more than anything else – a struggle to articulate identity and a struggle for its existence in a violence-free society. For a long time, the lesbian-feminist revolution ran in parallel with the gay or the transgender ones, which by no means went without conflicts. Remember the words of Rita Mae Brown, who said that Stonewall did nothing for lesbians, and think of the dispute between Radicalesbians and Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries. Nowadays, these short circuits are invisible and keep secret under the uniform epithet, LGBT – a term that should, among other things, include the supposition that fighting homophobia is a unitary struggle. But it is not. Lesbians are perpetually discontent, and not without a reason.
In order to discuss those reasons and different perspectives on inclusion and exclusion of lesbians in LGBT, we will carry out a forum discussion. Main speakers: Eva Gračanin (long-time associate of Legebitra), Barbara Rajgelj (director of Zavod Open and co-manager of Pritličje), Simona Muršec (president of Ljubljana Pride Association), Tadeja Pirih (coordinator of ŠKUC-Kulturni center Q and programme director of Klub Monokel in 2010), Vera Kurtić (executive coordinator of Women Space)