LBT women’s rights

Magda Kalandadze, Tbilisi

„As a queer activist, most of the time I feel proud and happy; however, frequently, I have equally felt bullied and isolated. Even though the first feeling is predominant, the bullying I’ve suffered is too destructive and being isolated is too disheartening. Being queer means to...

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Mari, 25, Tbilisi

„I identify myself as a queer. Being a queer for me primarily means confronting with heteronormativity, recognizing and realizing that sexual orientation and gender identity is not binary, but a spectrum. Before getting there, I walked a long and difficult road. For a long time I...

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Ana, 24, Tbilisi

„I was 12 years old when I realized my sexual orientation. I tried hard to keep it secret. I retired into my shell trying to hide everything. I found that rather hard…I found it hard to realize and find my own self. Although everything seemed...

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Dadu, 38, Tbilisi

"I first realized it at the age of eight or nine, when I discovered that I developed ‘strange’ feelings towards girls. I was a smart child and of course, I started to rationalize it. What is happening and why is it happening to me? I...

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