The Queer Tango Project presents the essay, ‘A New Trend: Open Role Tango Events in Mainstream Tango’ by Birthe Havmoeller.
Queer Tango Space – Minority Stress, Sexual Potentiality, and Gender Utopias
TDR: The Drama Review 62:2 (T238) Summer 2018. pp 59-77
A review by Ray Batchelor.
In her article Olivea Goldhill talks with Julie Taylor, Daniel Trenner and Augusto Balizano.
We love the interview with gay tango dancer Rodrigo Fleitas from Montevideo by Nomadic Boys aka Stefan and Sebastien, published at Huffingtonpost.com.
We love this article tango female wear for both roles: ‘Where’s my mermaid trousers? A wardrobe for both roles’ by Eleanor Durrant, London (November 15, 2017)
In her manifesto Birthe Havmoeller proposes 10 best practice dogme rules as a ‘vow of chastity’ and as a set of creative constraints for the dance style of Queer Tango.
Are there ways for queer women and gender non-conforming people to feel more welcome in straight tango classes?
Mariana Docampo, Buenos Aires. Con motivo de la clausura del 10º Festival de Tango Queer de Buenos Aires, invitamos a Mariana a …
Edgardo Fernández Sesma: … My second milestone dates back to 1997. In that year, the first experiences of queer tango took place, or better said what would be known as ‘queer tango’ internationally, which we also call ‘tango diverso’ and ‘tango libre’ locally.
We love this article about tango sisterhood: Ways That Women Help Women In Tango by Mitra Martin.
We love the article: Lady Leading: the Ripple Effect by Sharna Fabiano (October 10, 2016)
I thought the Queer Tango Salon was a wonderful to trigger debates and reflect on what queer tango is and more importantly …