Edited by Moshe Kutner, published by nGbk. Berlin, 2017 Soft Cover, 16,5×21 cm, 168 pp.
Resisting commercial culture and political oppression, one of the very first queer movements to appear in the Middle East was formed in Tel Aviv in 2001. It was inspired by punk and raves, and envisioned a world of total acceptance, while embodying the concept of TAZ.
A decade and a half later, this book shares the untold story of an inspiring moment in Queer history and resistance. The authors, the organizers, and participants of Queerhana’s events share their stories, discuss the politics of queer spaces, and manifest visions for a better future.