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“I have to feel up to come next year”: 9th Boğaziçi...

The trustee management appointed to Boğaziçi University in 2021 quickly shifted its focus to LGBTI+s, first the club was closed, an investigation was launched...

Women’s sexuality in old age: Let’s blow if we’re a hurricane

Gerascophobia is especially associated with femininity. What some men fear most is that when they get older, they will turn into some kind of...

La petit mort, little death

Orgasm is sometimes experienced so intensely that the desire to live almost succumbs to the death drive and the person wants to get rid...

The Struggle for Peace by LGBTI+ and Women’s Organizations in Turkey...

“The methods of struggle brought by the oppression periods may be different, but why can’t movements that have experience of waging a struggle by...

“ILO 190 provides women workers an international assurance” / Interview with...

The Convention strengthens the women workers’ hand in the fight against sexual violence and harassment in the workplace. It provides an international assurance. It...

Brief past and present of transgender people in Turkey: Ülker Sokak...

The impunity for what happened in Ülker Sokak paved the way for the attacks in Eryaman and Esat, apart from hurting consciences. The impunity...

Anjelik Kelavgil of May 17 Association: “The only way out of...

We need to remind everyone that a society where LGBTI+ people are not safe cannot be safe enough for anyone. The decision to withdraw...

Our existence is resistance: Hayriye Kara of KAOS GL tells the...

The decision to withdraw from the Istanbul Convention, although a snap decision, was not unexpected. After the decision to withdraw from the convention, we...

Pink Life LGBTI+ Solidarity Association: “The decision to withdraw from the...

This heedless mind is feeding upon a knowledge which assumes that attacking and isolating the LGBTI+ people is a very easy thing. What they...

The rainbow that cannot be banned and the importance of solidarity

Neither the feminist movement nor the students’ movement “discarded/sacrificed” LGBTI+s. They could not divide us; on the contrary, our struggle has become intersected and...