1. Our governmental authorities and lesbians

    Since his goal was to portray the HDP as an unelectable political party in the eyes of his constituents, could there be a reason why the word “lesbian” was more seductive to him than the word “homosexual?”

  2. #IDAHOT in Turkish capital: For freedom and love!

    May 17, the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), has been celebrated today with the largest participation ever in the Turkish capital.

  3. Room for a new thought: Queering bathrooms against trans erasure

    Sheila L. Cavanagh at the Kaos GL’s Anti-Homophobia Meeting: “Trauma is being thrust into a transitional space where one’s possibilities as a subject collapse. My intention was to highlight the experiences of trans people excommunicated from the public space.”

  1. “We should resist victim derogation for collective responsibility”

    Melek Goregenli at the Kaos GL’s Anti-Homophobia Meeting: “Nationalism advocates for the inner group no matter what and it prevents collective responsibility. Therefore, fighting nationalism necessarily means fighting crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity.”

  2. Lesbian story contest: Changing lives through writing encouraged me to write more

    The Kaos GL’s Women to Women Story Contest, the only lesbian story contest in Turkey, celebrated its 10th anniversary.

  3. “Lesbian players face pressure from their coaches about social media”

    “Women players with short hair are not really preferred in the national team unless they are indispensible. Coaches do not want their lesbian players to have a girlfriend from an opposing team.”



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