QUEERY: Queer Theory- Female Masculinity

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QUEERY is a discussion group to understand aspects of queer theory and explore how it links to real queer lives.

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On the third Tuesday of every other month, QÉIRE will host a discussion group to understand aspects of queer theory and how it links to real queer lives. Get ready to dive into insightful concepts and eye-opening ideas.

This is not about pretending that queer theory is easy! QÉIRE makes space for: Queer connections, queer conversations, queer queries. That being said this is an event for queer, trans, intersex, LGBTQI+ and questioning people only. Anyone is welcome, regardless of level of experience. We’re excited to learn and explore together. This event will focus on the concept of female masculinity.

We invite anyone who is interested to join us at 6:30 PM (GMT), Tuesday the 23rd of November to explore introductory texts and media that can lead us into queer theory.

There are three things you can immerse yourselves in beforehand:

  • Images from The Drag King Book (1991) by Del LaGrace Volcano and Jack Halberstam
  • 'An Introduction to Female Masculinity: Masculinity without Men' in Female Maculinity (1998) by Jack Halberstam
  • Bend It Like Beckham (2002) Dir. Gurinder Chadha

Once you sign up for the event here via the Eventbrite you will receive a confirmation email of your ticket with these resources in the additional information.

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ID: The words "female masculinity" are written in type font and in red. A person with short hair sits in a red border with their legs spread. The background is pink, arms flex biceps on the left and right of the image, their fists in red stars.


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