We all live and were born in a nation state. The passports that we have (or don’t have) limit or grant us our freedom to move. Even if we are ideologically against nation states and borders, they are still realities in our lives. People often connect stereotypes with countries they don’t know personally. At TQU we want to challenge these stereotypes and show different artists, activists, events etc. that are all part of the global queer community, and much more diverse than people might expect!
Trikone Trikone offers a supportive, empowering & non-judgmental environment where LGBTQ South Asians & their allies can meet, make connections, & proudly promote awareness & acceptance of their sexual identity. Source: www.trikone.org/
film festival The second edition of the &PROUD Yangon LGBT film festival will take place on 28, 29, 30 and 31 January 2016. The opening will be on Thursday evening. Source: www.andproud.net/festival-info/
&proud &PROUD is a non-profit initiative of a number of organisations and individuals in Yangon. We were established in 2014 and organise cultural events in Myanmar for the LGBT community and aim to bring...
What is TQU?
The history of queers, especially queer POCs, has been widely neglected in the past and is still underrepresented in the present. This is a small attempt towards changing that.