For this years Red Dawns festival in
It will be a simple blog linked to the festival homepage, a blog where feminist (and those who have something to say about feminism) put and answer questions connected to feminism, activism, politics, love and life. We would like as many different views as possible represented and don't plan to self-censor the debate where and if it pops up. But the main goal of this initiative is to communicate with our broader audience, to demystify our motives and make clear that feminism is a starting point for a never-ending discussion rather than a rock-hard conviction.
Would you like to participate and speak your mind? (The more the better, please feel free to forward this invitation to whom it may concern.) The first step of the home-work is to think about questions. What is your personal dilemma, are there some feminist issues you just don't understand, do you want advice about how to combine personal and politics, are you a woman or a man or did somebody make you one, what good is a woman’s festival, is your feminism a life style or a political tool box, and more and so forth? Send your questions to email@example.com and subject the letter Q&A.
When we've received enough questions to start we'll send you a list from which you can choose one or a few to answer. The answers will be published together sorted under question. It would be nice if you could include a presentation of yourself with name and a few lines about your connection (or non-connection) to feminism. Questions and answers should be written in English, Slovenian or Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian. Since this -ism is too important to exclude half of the population from we are not limiting ourselves to biological bipolarity – all sexes are welcome to participate!
Rdeče zore / Red Dawns.