Vomens Bar digitale: Selbstdarstellung

Weibliche Stimmen? Irgendwie nervig. Weibliche Inhalte? Halt eher privat… Muss man da öffentlich drüber reden? Weibliches Radio? Wirkt auf mich unprofessionell, die reden ja nicht über Fakten sondern nur über ihre Meinungen.

In unserem Radiobeitrag am 3.6. soll es um Selbstdarstellung von FLINT-Personen in öffentlichen Medien gehen. Noch immer ist dieser Raum stark (cis-)männlich dominiert und an FLINT-Personen besteht ein besonderer Anspruch um Respekt zu erfahren. Tone Policing und Sprech-Training? Wir sagen Nein und nehmen uns bei dieser Vomens Bar noch viel lieber Zeit, laut zu brainstormen. Female, pissed, arty! Seid ab 20 Uhr dabei!

Links und Tips zur Sendung:
– Nicole Schöndorfers Podcast “Darf sie das?”
– Laura Wiesböcks Buch “In besserer Gesellschaft”
– Das Handbuch gegen sexistische Stammtischweisheiten “No more Bullshit!”
(- Podcast “Fest und Flauschig“)

Episode 4 | Work or Love?

The meaning and purpose as well as the value of work determine to a large extent the status we have in this society, therefore everything in this episode revolves around the topic of work.
Cooking, laundry, household organisation: Is it work or private pleasure, love? When do we talk about work and why? How does a certain understanding of work relate to our self-esteem?
Eva and Lotte investigate these and other questions, as well as the demand for a wage for housework, together with many interview excerpts from the women on cure!

 

Episode 3 | Being a woman in this society

In our third podcast episode, we discuss the answers of women on spa treatment to the question of the significance of their “being a woman” in this society. What exactly does this mean? How have their ideas perhaps also changed over time? What role did motherhood play in this? What social ideas, expectations and pressures are connected with their ideas about being a woman?
Eva and Lotte listen to the different, exciting answers of the women together and start talking about them!

Episode 2 | Outing

In our second podcast episode we focus on the courageous mother-daughter team Sonja and Selina, Selina’s spontaneous “bisexual outing” on the spa, education then and now, educated femininity, homophobia and the idea of raising children on the basis of trust and without fear of deviating from social norms.
Super exciting interview parts!

Antirassistischer Block x Unteilbar

Unteilbar

We will share today’s live stream by Unteilbar:

 

#SoGehtSolidarisch – Action Day on 14th June 2020 in Leipzig

This Sunday we will create an inseparable band of #solidarity throughout Leipzig. We will protest inseparably for a future in which we stand in solidarity with each other – responsibly keeping our distance.

The Corona pandemic has been immobilizing us for months now. The majority of people are affected by its impact, but it is clear that this crisis does not hit everybody equally. Preexisting inequalities are intensifying further and further, such as the exploitation of migrant workers, the disenfranchisement of refugees, or racist profiling and stop-and-search operations on the streets. For people who experience racism this crisis represents a new level of discrimination.

We want to demonstrate for an anti-racist society!

Our route:
For these reasons there will be a section on the demonstration solely dedicated to anti-racism on Sunday, stretching from Aldi supermarket at Eisenbahnstrasse to Otto-Runki-Platz to Konstantinstrasse until Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse.

Our program:
1-2pm: radioshow with Music of Color
2-3pm: speeches and cultural input

Music of Color” is a BIPoC cultural collective, focused on visualizing and supporting Black, Indigenious and People of Color and their work. Through weekly radio shows on Radio Blau, regular dance and music events, and their own record label they want to represent different members of their community expressing themselves in various forms. On our action day „band of solidarity“ they will deliver an empowering kick-off with their community radio show.

Episode 1 | cure instead of vacation

In der ersten Folge der Podcastreihe widmen wir uns der Idee und Entstehung des Podcasts: Warum überhaupt eine Mutter- Kind- Kur? Wie kam es zu der Idee, die vielen Frauen vor Ort zu interviewen? Warum jetzt einen Podcast aus dem gesammelten Rohmaterial basteln? Über den Kurort als solchen, die Lebensbedingungen sowie Verhaltensregeln und Gegebenheiten vor Ort.

Die Revolte beginnt auf Gut Holmecke

Somewhere in Sauerland.
Over 100 women from different social milieus. Married, single, single parent. Experiences of violence in and outside of relationships. Their lowest common denominator: being a woman and mother in a society that has high expectations of them – under conditions that are very hard on them.

We, that is Lotte and Eva, talk for half an hour in our podcast about Lotte’s experiences on her mother-child-cure, society, personal and political life. In between you will hear excerpts from the interviews Lotte did with the women.


Together we take a look at the stories of women and the pressing questions about the contradictions and imbalances of this society that affect everyone.

 

Oh No Noh Radioh

“Oh No Noh” is Markus Rom’s solo project. Within “Oh No Noh Radioh”, he copes with experimental concepts of making music. Soundscapes, combined pieces of music and improvisations emerge from a musical dialog with changing guests from the experimental scene.

Pandemonia 6

Corona hat uns alle getroffen, im Alltag, auf der Arbeit, in unseren Kontakten zu Familie und Freunden. Welche Strategien haben die Menschen im Umgang mit den Maßnahmen gefunden? Was hat sich in den letzten Wochen verändert? Mit diesen und weiteren Fragen beschäftigt sich die Feature-Reihe Pandemonia von Theresa Münnich. In Form eines kollektiven Tagebuchs werden Momentaufnahmen, Sprachnachrichten und Telefongespräche zu einer Collage zusammengefügt. In Pandemonia 6 geht es um das Thema Zeit.

Vomens Bar digitale: Komplexe

Die Vomens Bar ist eine feministische Bar, die jeden ersten Freitag im Monat im Leipziger Osten stattfindet. Zu Zeiten von Corona sollten feministische Diskussionen nicht verstummen! Wir reden deshalb heute über Komplexe.
Komplexe? Hat jede*r. Aber wie kommen sie zustande? Und inwiefern ist die Reflexion von Komplexen feministisch? Kann die Diskussion über Komplexe zur Emanzipation von FLINT-Personen beitragen?
Female, pissed & arty! Hört rein!