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Darling Fitch

MULTIMEDIA PROJECT BY: Darling Fitch // Germany/USA

“Arising from the cesspool of Berlin’s queer party scene, Darling Fitch’s A Stranger Sound is a dark yet ultimately affirming transgender coming-of-age story.”
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Exhibition N° 5 – BERLIN, GERMANY

24.03. – 06.04.2018 open every day
Where? ReTramp, Reuterstrasse 62, 12047 Berlin
For two weeks beginning on March 24th 2018, Transnational Queer Underground presents drawings, prints, photographs, comics, collages and installations by 47 queer artists from 27 countries.

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Siegessäule

Where? Germany
Title Queer Vernetzen
A lovely shout out by Berlin’s LGBTIQ magazine Siegessäule about TQU.

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Travels of Adam

PROPSLIST | MULTIPLIERS

Where? Europe – Germany – Berlin
What? Blog
Looking for: The queer, the stylish, the straight, the millennials.

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L-Mag

PROPSLIST | MULTIPLIERS

Where? Europe – Germany – Berlin
What? Magazine
Looking for: lesbian singer/songwriters, authors, celebrities, sportswomen, artists & we focus on political, feminist issues and topics like lesbian relationships.

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7 Signs You Should See a Therapist

text by: Anna Geary-Meyer // Germany || photo by: Anna Geary-Meyer // Germany

When a rainbow speaks you in the face – do not tell it to be silent. These things – are dumb luck on a high horse & one day – your cup will be full of fish again. Good – fish don’t only speak in riddles
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Dirt

text by: Jane Flett // Germany || illustration by: Nami Nakano // Japan

That was the summer I finally grew into myself, fitting into my skin like a hand in a tight cotton glove. All summer long, I ran my hands across my life, marvelling. I could feel the neat, tucked seams. The stitches.
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Pelican Bomb

Where? USA
Title: Queer Traces: Transnational Queer Underground’s #TheGalleryProject

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Sleek Mag

Where? Germany
Title: The Platform Showcasing Queer Art From All Over The World

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Lulu FM

Where? Germany
Title: Interview about #TheGalleryProject on LuluFM

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couch fm

Where? Germany
Title: Queer Music

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Burned by the Stake

text by: Ambika Thompson // Canada || illustration by: tom moore // Germany

I was passing through the main square of a village, selling pelts so I could feed all the children I have at home, when a man tried to stick his hand up my skirt. Without hesitation I slapped him in the face
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Smear Signal

text by: Corinna Cliff // Germany || illustration by: tom moore // Germany

Eleanor froze. Unable to move, she saw Mandy materializing in front of the wall. She was drenched in blood, just as she looked like when they found her.
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Girls Rock Japan – a transcontinental zine cooperation

questions by: Verena Spilker // Germany || answers + photo by: Girls Rock Camp // Japan

Girls Rock Japan was founded in Matsumoto, Nagano in 2013. Two of our founding members volunteered at the Rock ’n’ Roll Camp for girls in Portland that summer to learn how to organize Girls Rock Camp.
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Roseus Lupus

text by: Janielle Love Williams // USA || illustration by: Verena Spilker // Germany

I’m the descendent of a lineage of lycanthropes. As far back as we can trace, the Martins have shed their human coats at midnight of the full moon and roamed the night in packs. Shape shifting is an ability granted only after puberty. Needless to say I spent my childhood in anticipation.
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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,…

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Khaela Maricich of The Blow

by Verena Spilker
I don’t remember when I first listened to The Blow’s album Paper Television. What I do remember is playing one of its songs while DJing in Leipzig and seeing the girl I had a crush on singing along…

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Joel Gibb (The Hidden Cameras)

by Verena Spilker
The Hidden Cameras, originally from Canada, emerged from the Toronto queercore scene and play sweet pop songs with lyrics that range from political statements such as Ban Marriage…

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Rhythm King And Her Friends and the luxury to define your life

by Verena Spilker
Rhythm King And Her Friends has always been a very important and inspirational band for me, because they seemed to be the first one explicitly addressing queer or gender issues in Germany (even though Pauline is French)…

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