Tini Tinatin NOGAIDELI is a French-Georgian author, singer and podcaster. Tini reclaims and creates lexical fields dealing with female and lesbian bodies, making them the core subjects of her stories: they enjoy, exist and resist in the 90-s post-Soviet Georgia. Under the stage name Rémmée, Tini sings her lesbian loves and dramas. Last year, she produced the first Georgian feminist anthem Sister / Dao. Tini co-created a lesbian podcast together with ELC’s board member, Natia Gvianishvili Gvino, Duduki, Kalebi, bamed after a traditional song. Spiced with “traditional” Georgian lesbian toasts, episodes tells stories of coming out, lesbian firsts and how-to-s.
In our societies, lesbian bodies, sexualities, desires, loves, romantic and erotic relationships, are intrinsically transgressive. Giving in to lesbian desire, allowing ourselves to fully experience it, succumb to it, embrace it, is eminently political and is an act of resistance to the cis-heteronormative imperative. Inspired by the works of Audre Lorde, this discussion seeks to […]
Learn how to create your own podcast in a fun and creative way means of resisting cisheteropatriarchal norms in society – this session is for beginner and intermediate podcast creators. More than just that, let’s tell this lesbian story and record a podcast on the spot!