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Dublin - Event Notice
Friday March 28 2014
07:00 PM

Lady&trans*Fest Dublin 2014

category dublin | gender and sexuality | event notice author Saturday January 25, 2014 19:32author by Lady&trans*Fest Dublinauthor email ladyfestdublin at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

A queer/feminist weekender of music, theatre & workshops.

Lady&trans*Fest Dublin is a bad-ass queer/feminist D.I.Y. weekender festival happening 28,29,30th March
Wimmin&trans* organised, the event is celebrating feminist-queer-trans* arts & culture, with music, theater, workshops, films, spoken word, and discussions.

We want to build a platform to hear wimmins* voices, trans* voices, young voices and old voices, and those which mainstream culture so rarely encourages to speak LOUDLY, if at all. This is a space for us folks to sing, share, shout, rap, and teach… This means that all performing acts will have a majority or consist entirely of wimmin & trans* folk.

As a festival we want to help create a safer space for queers and rebels, and we want to help foster an environment of inclusivity, and awareness of intersectionality.
We decided to call it Lady&TRANS*Fest as opposed to the traditional ‘ladyfest’, just ‘cos while it’s awesome to be a lady, it’s also awesome to be a butch, a trans guy, a genderqueer persyn, a trans womyn and any mixture of the above. Feminism to us means challenging all patriarchy and domination, including those which we’ve internalised.

ALL genders are welcome to attend the festival, as well as volunteer!

This festival will be FREE! To make this happen we’ve got really deadly fundraising events over February & March, check them out! Money will go towards travel costs, venue spaces, and publicising events.

Related Link: http://www.ladyfestdublin.wordpress.com
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