Queer has experienced a change in meaning over the past 30 years. From an English-language insult directed against individuals, queer has developed into a broadly defined attribute, and describes something that actually wants to reject descriptions. There are queer theories, queer politics, queer -isms. And, yes: there are still queer people. But who's actually deciding who is queer? Don't new categories automatically create new exclusions? Who has the authority to interpret the term? How can exclusion and elitism be avoided?
The talk series HETEROSEXUALITÄT_EN has been realised in cooperation with the Schwules Museum* Berlin and is funded by the Bundesstiftung Magnus Hirschfeld
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