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FILT*hy Queer Party & P*rn Screening – No cis-men
June 15 @ 9:00 pm – June 16 @ 3:00 am
A FILT*HY queer night!
How much fun could you have without cis-dudes?!
On June 15th we are starting a new era of sex- and body-positive partying with queer anti-racist feminist politics. Join us for a party for womxn, lesbians, trans*, inter* and non-binary.. *only*. Let’s dance, chat, flirt and heal in a space outside the social tristesse.
Come by at 21.00 for a screening of LUNCH BREAK, a dirty and funny queer p*rn followed by a Q&A with the curators Kalypso and Kenni.
More movies TBA!
Party starts at 22.00!
With special DJs:
DJ Collective PampieZampie have been shaking up parties around the world for 15 years. Their style defies all binaries and defies all borders. Most of the world hates them, you will love them.
discourse’s energetic dance-floor oriented sets are musically versatile bringing together tunes from all over the world, funk, electro and techno and more. She is the founder of FWD: Gher Space https://www.facebook.com/fwdgherspace/),
a platform that aims to create visibility and space for femme, queer womxn of colour and gender-queer identifying dj’s and artists.
DJ K-dushi brings all of the elements of one happy Island to you. ‘Dushi’ in Papiamento* is a word that brings a positive connotation to any noun it touches, ‘Kadushi’ in Papiamento means cactus, and the name is a pun bringing these elements together from back home.
With a positive vibe, and good energies, your Aruban-Dutch queer poc empress, invites you to let go of the stiffness of this concrete jungle and feel the beat in your hips and move to the sound of a Caribbean invitation.
We are inspired by the german abbreviation FLTI that includes all women, lesbians, trans* and inter* persons and people whose gender identities are non-binary or fluid.
If you are not sure about somebody’s pronouns, ask nicely😊
If you would like to volunteer, we still have open shifts at the bar and door (also a great opportunity to make new friends if you’re a shy one). Please send us a message.
The entrance to the Vrankrijk is wheelchair accessible, unfortunately the bathrooms are not.
No creeps allowed. We do not tolerate any form of racism, sexual harassment, acts of aggression, misogyny, transphobia, homophobia….
At the Vrankrijk we have a no photo policy.