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

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