Tania Irías Guerrero is a Nicaraguan lesbian woman, feminist, political exile, activist for the rights of lesbian women for 12 years, she is the mother of 3 children. She is a Computer Engineer and has a master’s degree in gender and equity in development.
Tania is part of the Artemisa Lesbianas Migrantes y Refugiadas group in Spain; She, as a woman of faith, has participated in multiple religious spaces where LGBT people claim her belonging, and she has been a representative of Latin America in the Global Interfaith Network from 2017 to 2021.
Seeing yourself represented in stories, be they fairytales or press articles, is important for our well-being as lesbians. In this session we discuss constructing narratives of refugee lesbian maternity, the political detention case of Karla and Magda, and also LGBTQI+ representation in French children’s literature.