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!

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Alex Giegold – Photography

About the artist: Alex Giegold is a queer photographer and artist resident in Berlin. With her work she is questioning power structures in visual culture. She systematically engages in phenomena of social normalization. She...

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SFSEX

SFSEX SFSEX – Studio for Subjective Experiences Source: sfsex.de/ SFSEX – Studio for Subjective Experiences is a temporary Offspace in Essen, Germany. Over the course of two months three exhibitions will explore themes of...

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Film Festivals Germany

Berlin Short Film Festival | June 29 – July 3, 2017 – Berlin, Germany Source: www.berlinshort.com/en/ Entdeckungsreisen durchs Queer Cinema Entzaubert Freiburger Lesbenfilmtage Filmfest homochrom Internationales Frauenfilmfestival Dortmund|Cologne Lesbisch Schwule Filmtage PERLEN – Queer...

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Alfred Ladylike

Alfred Ladylike is a singer/songwriter from Berlin that I got the chance to see perform and meet a couple of times over the last year. Tom Moore made the video and you can see...

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Skiing – Nice Windows

The second video is for the song Nice Windows by Berlin based one-man-band Skiing who just had their release party for the LP ‘The Diary of a Rotary Phone’ yesterday at Monarch in Berlin and...

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Fair Planet

Help changing history written by white men | FAIRPLANET.ORG | Read, Debate: Engage. “If you want to help TQU develop further and make sure that independent platforms, magazines and as such continue existing and...

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couch fm

Queer Music – Couch FM Vom Mainstream zum Underground – und zurück Queere Musik ist kein neues Phänomen. In den 70er Jahren war queere Musik mit David Bowie und Boy George sogar ziemlich mainstreamtauglich. Ende...

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Berlin Story – The New Yorker

Berlin Story – The New Yorker Alex Ross on a forgotten legacy of fin-de-siècle Berlin. “The title of the chapter, “The German Invention of Homosexuality,” telegraphs a principal argument of the book: although same-sex...

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Smear Signal – a short story

by Corinna Cliff Eleanor walked up the broken pavement towards the old school, focussing on her feet. Sweat was running down her arms as she balanced two buckets of soapy water in each hand...

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Try out LOUD // Versuch’s mal LAUT

Where: Western Europe // Germany // Berlin What: Try out LOUD // Versuch’s mal LAUT – Music workshop (with or without prior knowledge) Who: + Barbecue and Concert with surprise band When: 2015-09-25 Time:...

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Sigh Down One – Feeler

First we have Montreal’s Sigh Down One, with their new dreamy-grungy single Feeler. Sigh Down One are Sasha Ford on guitar, vocals and songwriting, Kaity Zozula on bass and Blair Lauren on drums. They’ve...

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Femme Hive: organizing femme visibility in Berlin

by Verena Spilker Over the weekend of 10-12 October 2014 FEMME HIVE a Berlin Femme / Queer Feminine Konferenz will take place in Berlin-Neukölln, Germany, consisting of workshops, skill shares, panels, films, visual art,...

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No Rest for the Brave

by Renaud Helena I push the table away to be more comfortable. In the formula, it must be at night, so I close the shutters. They say that this recipe works perfectly, it does...

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