21.1.2022, 09:30 – 13:30 Uhr
*Cancelled* Männlich, weiblich, sonst nichts? Einführung in geschlechtliche und sexuelle Vielfalt
- Online via Zoom
Please note: Unfortunately, this workshop has to be cancelled due to illness. An alternative date will approximately be scheduled in the summer semester.
In this workshop we want to look at the different dimensions of gender and sexual diversity. This includes taking a closer look at the terms behind the abbreviation LSBTIQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Inter*, Queer and others), defining them and also asking ourselves, for example, how gender diversity can be well represented in language. It is important for us to link this topic to our own lives, experiences and actions: What is gender and sexual diversity to me? What experiences do I have, and what experiences do I not have? How can I become capable of acting in the field of sexual and gender diversity in everyday life, also at the university?
It is equally important to take a look at history and explain the connections between colonialism and queer hostility. We want to discuss together the extent to which queer struggles always have to be thought intersectionally, i.e. in the interweaving of several forms of discrimination.
Using different methods, we not only want to impart knowledge in this workshop, but also encourage self-reflection and exchange.
This workshop is especially aimed at cis and heterosexual students, i.e. people who identify with the gender assigned at birth or who have no homo/bisexual/queer desire.
Dear LGBTIQ+ students: You are very welcome if you would like to participate in an exchange or share your knowledge. You can of course leave the workshop at any time if it no longer feels appropriate.
Target group: see above
Implementation: two trainers from the quix collective https://www.quixkollektiv.org/.
Participation: Max. 15 persons. Confirmation will be made in the order of binding registration by e-mail. There will be a reserve list.
Registration: by e-mail to Swaanje Benson email@example.com
Workshop language: German