Lepa Mladjenovic

Lepa Mladjenovic

Lepa Mladjenović – Lesbian feminist activist.  Feminist counselor for women with trauma of male violence in Belgrade.  Facilitator of workshops of experience on issues of sexual violence,  hatred against lesbians, hatred against Roma women, lesbian movement history, emotional literacy,  control in lesbian relationships. Author of essays on war, lesbians, solidarity of feminists. Feminist activist from Yugoslav Feminist Encounters in 80-ties. Radical feminist anti war activist on the streets against criminal serbian regime with Women in Black Against War in 90ties, until now.   Lesbian activist and co-founder of Labris – lesbian organization in 1995 and Counseling for Lesbians in 2012 in Belgrade.

History of Lesbian Movement in Europe

Lesbian* Main Room, 3rd Floor

Summary of the plenary: «History of Lesbian Movement in Europe» By Katherine O’Donnell A key measure of oppression is how a group is denied access to thinking of themselves as part of history; as inheritors of tradition; as involved in making communities and cultures that will have an enduring legacy. Lesbians have been marked by […]

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Overcoming patriarchal power control in our lesbian relationships

Lesbian* Main Room, 3rd Floor

From the birth we are constructed by family order ruled by power and control system.  Hatred against women and lesbians is imbedded in the social rules. When we start our first lesbian love story we miss knowledge that childhood systems of love and fear together with hatred toward lesbians will enter in our intimate relationship.   […]

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