Feminist Self Defense Trainings (FSD) is a project by Radical Queer Affinity Collective from Budapest known mostly for the activist community space Klit (opened from October 2012 until June 2014). The project is funded by Frida – the young feminists’ fund, and aims at community’s capacity building. This is a continuation of the small series […]
Punkurica Rituals of collective transformation ? Call for experiments/submissions: Come to our Happening from the 16th to 18th of May 2014 in Budapest! The Radical Queer Affinity Collective invites for an experimental interrogation of “the personal is political”. How many (fucking) times have we seen this tool turning into a weapon against ourselves? This performative…
The Radical Queer Affinity Collective decided to hold the DragQ 2.0 (a Drag Queer Show in support of KLIT /a queer feminist community space) in the cultural center Sirály as a political choice to express solidarity with our comrades. Sirály and its cultural association have been targeted by the local government, the police and “private security” in the […]
At first we were shocked when we received an e-mail from our landlord saying that he kicks us out. But thanks to the great efforts of those involved and the generous support from comrades from afar, we collectively decided let go of the space and find new ways of resistance. On the evening of June…
dear friends and allies, we present you the fist issue of the KLIT zine! to see the web version follow this link KLIT Zine read2 to see the printer-friendly version follow this link KLIT Zine PRINT BW (1) enjoy!
The Radical Queer Affinity Collective stands in solidarity with our comrades in Atlantide squat in Bologna in Italy, that is under a threat of eviction after 15 years of social and political activism! “Atlantide is not a public space in the sense of the state or a private space governed by the laws of profit. Atlantide […]
KLIT: A Queer Feminist Community Safe Space in Budapest (Hungary) needs your help NOW! Who we are Two years ago, we began to work on building up a queer feminist community space here in Budapest. Now KLIT hosts seven different non-institutional groups covering topics from trans* issues to radical high-school activism. We are currently seven […]