for the first time

[pride tm 2022]

Between the 25th of June and the 3rd of July 2022, we proposed a program which transcends different dimensions of queer identities, packed in events for the community.

2022 was the year in which we organized the first march we’ve ever had here in Timisoara, the Pride TM march.


𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐩𝐅𝐥𝐮𝐢𝐝 is a queer manifest and a invitation to introspection. The performance questions our relationship without our own body, how we see it and social models which influences it. The performance is based on personal experiences people from the community had when it comes to bullying, discrimination based on sexual orientation, fat-shaming and color of skin.

[queer repertoire]

Queer Repertoire is a cultural representation of a community accused of undermining norms, values and tradition. In the face of the attacks that threat the fundamental rights and freedom of the community, Queer Repertoire reclaims marginalized histories and publicly expresses our identities and values.

[dirty disco w. Eugen Rădescu]









[my story]

My own Story is a multimedia expo which combines a structural method of storytelling with imagines created through the means of augmented reality (AR). Thus, while listening to the 11 stories people shared, the people visiting the expo will be able to interact with them.

The expo will travel and will be available to visit in different cities of Romania.

[Pride TM the first march]

You wanted it, we wanted it, there you go! For the first time in Timisoara, on the 2nd of July 2022, we celebrated love, we asked for loudly for rights and we felt the energy the community and the allies showed during the march.

We were 800.

[pride in the park]

We took over The Queen Mary Park and we spent hours together, in nature, listening to music.

[about safe spaces]

We’ve presented conclusions gathered after the research that we’ve conducted in the last few months. The research wanted to define what a safe spaces is and what are the behaviors that creates it.

[health care awarness]

The event spoke about frequently asked questions about BTS, HIV, prevention, about the importance of pre and post counseling no matter the HIV status and about where, when and how we can share information and contacts about LGBTQIA+ friendly doctors.


Rafiki, R. Wanuri Kahiu
The first official screening in Romania is seen as a revolutionary act because this movies was banned in Kenya, due to the “homosexual theme and intention to promote lesbianism, which is against the law”, as Kenya Film Classification Board said.
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