Marche des Visibilités LGBTI - Strasbourg - 2019

15 Jun 2019 14:00
→ 15 Jun 2019 17:00
Collectif FestiGays
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LGBTI Association Village: 11 am - 6 pm University Square
> Associative stands and partners (The Station, SOS Homophobia, The New Moon, The Refuge, The Beech, Alsarando, FestiBad, Pelicanto, The Other Circle, the CFDT, AIDES, Family Planning 67, Sexosafe, The House of Teens , Lovers of Public Bench), catering (Tradi-pasta, PUR etc, Vegan) ...
> Presales tickets closing evening (an entry = a drink offered during the evening)
> Tombola (gifts offered by our partner NRJ)

Departure of the March (chars, activists and musical tanks) at 14h.


Word of order: "My body is not a second closet! "

While transphobic and homophobic (re) populisms are popping up all over the world, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, a milestone and symbolic event of LGBTI activism.

That night of June 28, 1969, in the Stonewall Inn in New York, marginalized people revolted against oppression: transgender people, prostitutes, effeminate boys, African-American lesbians. ..

Although LGBTI rights have largely increased since then, these people still remain the most denigrated and are regularly the subject of violent comments, particularly on their physical form, both by other LGBTI people and by rest of society.

Dating apps are often controversial by not moderating profiles or discriminatory messages ("no asian," "you're over 40, grandpa, let me go" ...). A lesbian is still treated daily as a "truck driver" since she is a little round and has short hair. "Follophobia" is on the rise, the current norm being to bodybuilded bearded men. Transgender people are still so ridiculed about their appearance ...

To pay tribute to our past heroes and defend the most discriminated among us today, let's walk together on June 15 to reaffirm that neither our sexual orientation nor our gender identity or our sex, our physicality must not be a reason for exclusion. Whatever our skin color, our morphology, our age or our handicap: our body is not a second closet!

Appointment on Saturday 15 June 2019 for the next edition of the Strasbourg LGBTI Visibility March 🏳🌈✊


How to come ?
> Tram C, E, F stop Gallia
> Bus 10, 30 stop Gallia or bus 15, 15a, 30, 72, 10, L6 stop Brant University
> Bicycle and car parking on site
> Carpool with Mobicoop

Event labeled Eco Manifestation Alsace level 1

Graphics: Do you want mustache

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