Wednesday, 6 July 2011

QueerCampus Delhi public meeting- July 9, 2011

Saturday, July 9, 2011, 3PM-5PM

Naz Foundation's Milan Center
A-20 Basement
Lajpat Nagar III
New Delhi
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QueerCampus invites you to a fun-filled afternoon of activities, short films and discussions where you can look forward to meeting new people, knowing each other, and catching up with friends!

Explore the poignancy of trust with the short film 'Chicken' and laugh along 'Tech Support'- a lesbian short comedy movie.

What does it mean to be 'L'/'G'/'B'/'T'? Is it about being yourself rather than sticking to a 'label'? How did you come to terms with your sexuality/gender identity? what is your idea of being 'out'? Join us as we discuss what 'queer' means to us with a kaleidescope of personal experiences, videos, relevant texts and other media.

No.- 9717-127-837

Naz Foundation's Milan Center: 011-41724636

Nearest metro stop: Lajpat Nagar on the Violet Line; from here, proceed south down Lala Lajpat Rai Path until you reach the entrance to Lajpat Nagar III A-block on your left; this will be the first left after leaving the metro station behind you. After taking this left, enter A-block and again take the first left. You should pass by the CenturnU Institute of Management and Creative Studies immediately before making this left. Additionally, there will be signs posted to indicate this particular left turn. From there, just follow the signs and the Milan Centre will be on the right-hand side of this alley

QueerCampus is a Delhi based independent queer student and youth collective active since 2010. We use the term queer to refer not just to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, but to any identity or outlook which questions stereotypes. We provide a comfortable space to meet new people, discuss everything and anything – from coming out to breaking-up, the latest queer film to plans of changing the World – or offer a shoulder to cry on and friends to celebrate with! QC organizes events which are free and open to all.

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