Warm-up Session: How to Go on - Making new connections, building new communities

20sep12:0013:30Warm-up Session: How to Go on - Making new connections, building new communitiesEvent Over12:00 - 13:30 CategoryQueerope 2020,Day 5


(Sunday) 12:00 - 13:30 CET



Event Details

Our daily warm-up sessions will guide you through the program of the day and give you pointers and ideas of how to make the most of it.

After the introduction it’s time for something practical. Every day we will discuss a topic, share tips and tricks of how to make your rope practice better, easier, deeper, funner.


Today’s topic: How to Go on – Making new connections, building new communities

Queerope is almost over and we wish to look ahead. How can we all go on from here. How do we make (new) connections and how can we expand and extract a network of LGBTQIA+ & womên rope practitioners? How can we create community as a whole and local communities as such?

We want to hear from you. What are your needs and desires? What are the obstacles you face? How can we support each other?

Join us for an open an honest discussion.

Who can attend:

If you have a full pass or day pass for Queerope this event is already included.

If you do not have one of those passes, please get your free ticket further down. You need to register for this discussion.

Anyone who self-identifies as LGBTQIA+ and/or womên.

LGBTQIA+ describes the full spectrum of non-mainstream sexual orientation and/or gender identity meaning: lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, non-binary, genderqueer/fluid, queer, intersex, asexual, aromantic, agender.

Womên describes people who are identifying themselves as female in their gender identity. People that fit this category can be part of the LGBTQIA+ spectrum or not. We created this category specifically indicate that we also invite cisgender, heterosexual womên.

The word is our own creation and serves as a replacement for the word “womxn” which is now being (ab)used for transmisogynist statements. The ^ in womên represents a marker (similar to the “x” in womxn) that wishes to give emphasis to the fact that womênhood is an intersectional umbrella term that holds many different people and experiences and is not biologically predetermined.


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