(read Spanish version below)
with Diana J. Torres aka Pornoterrorista and guests,
and with sound manipulations by Constanza Piña
THU Oct 19, 21:30 local time Mexico City
For centuries medical science has been the enemy of of the body and sexuality of women, silencing anatomic realities and pathologizing everything that doesn’t fit in the phallocratic and heteronormative, binary division of gender roles.
This workshop aims at revealing one of the most controversial aspects of vaginas: their ejaculation. And at the same time advocates the recognition of the organ that produces it: the prostate.
With a lot of humor and in a didactic and queer feminist combative way, we’ll be exploring the sound cosmos of female ejaculation and learn to play the game.
Tune in for this extraordinary and extracurricular episode of THINGS THAT GO IN AND OUT OF THE BODY – a program curated by Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz for the PASS landing in Mexico City.
TALLER RADIOFÓNICO DE EYACULACIÓN FEMENINA°
con Diana J. Torres aka Pornoterrorista e invitadas,
con intervenciones sonoras de Constanza Piña
JUE 19 de octubre a las 21:30 hora local Ciudad de México
Durante siglos, la ciencia médica ha sido el enemigo del cuerpo y la sexualidad de las mujeres, silenciando realidades anatómicas y patologizando todo lo que no encajara dentro de los parámetros de la falocracia y la heterosexualidad y de los roles binaristas de género.
Este taller pretende desvelar uno de los aspectos más controvertidos de la sexualidad de los coños: su eyaculación. Y al mismo tiempo hacer un alegato por el reconocimiento del órgano que la produce: la próstata.
De forma didáctica, llena de sentido del humor y desde una visión feminista y combativa exploraremos el cosmos sonoro de la eyaculación femenina y entraremos en juego.
Ven online para este extraordinario y extracurricular episodio de COSAS QUE ENTRAN Y SALEN DEL CUERPO, programa de PASS al vivo desde Ciudad de México, 18-22 de octubre
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Revisit recorded sessions from the Pan African Space Station (PASS) landing at the library of Contemporary Image Collective (CiC) in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Over four days, PASS in Cairo became an improvisational platform for research and deeper explorations into imagined and imaginary borders, featuring live readings, performances and conversations with Chimurenga collaborators in the city. Featured is Hassan Khan, joined in conversation with cultural entrepreneur Yasmine Allam and cartoonist Andeel, on his sci-fi novella ‘Twelve Clues’, as well as a …