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Soft On The Person & Hard on The Issues: Love & Intersectionality At The Margins

University Of Colorado
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Kim Katrin Milan

on 21 June 2016

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Transcript of Soft On The Person & Hard on The Issues: Love & Intersectionality At The Margins

Treat People The Way THEY Want To Be Treated
Wash. Native American Tribe Recognizes Marriage Equality
The Colville Tribal Council of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Nation voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to recognize same-sex marriages, according to The Wenatchee World. The ruling will extend to all of the tribe’s more than 9,300 members, about half of whom live on the Colville Reservation in north-central Washington Stat
QUEER, ILL, & OKAY at Poonie’s Cabaret
To identify as queer can be a complex and varied experience. To be queer and manage a chronic illness compounds this complexity. It is beautiful. It is complicated. How we engage with community, express our identity, explore relationships is a, challenging and constantly evolving matrix of interactions with the world.

How do we care for ourselves? How do we discuss our illnesses and their intersections with our other identities? What do we do to care for ourselves and our community? What turns us on? What turns us off? What traditions have we created in our daily lives? How can we continue to challenge how the world and our own communities view us?

QUEER, ILL, & OKAY for Poonie’s Cabaret seeks to engage a dialogue through visual and multimedia performance on what it means for our community and artists to be QUEER, ILL & OKAY.
Soft On The Person,
Hard On The Issues

Renewing Your Comitment To Each Other
Endless Possibility Of Love
Re-Membering Our Past
Community Care & Self Care
Soft On The Person, Hard On The Issues
Love like an R&B song
Allyship In Action
Strategies For Solidarity
“Not queer like gay. Queer like, escaping definition. Queer like some sort of fluidity and limitlessness at once. Queer like a freedom too strange to be conquered. Queer like the fearlessness to imagine what love can look like…and pursue it.”
~ Brandon Wint
Possibility Models
tiqmilan.com
kimkatrinmilan.com

@themrmilan
@theladymilan
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