Ladies, Queens, Queers and Allies,
In occasion of IDAHOT Thailand week in Thailand, QueerMango invites you to a queer Sunday afternoon in Chinatown for a movie premier, tacos and chill…all for a good cause!
IDAHOT -which stands for International Day Against Homophobia Biphobia and Transphobia- will be on the 17 May in Bangkok and has been what is the closest to a Pride in Thailand, in the sense of plural participation, colours and visibility for the Thai LGBTQ+ community.
Expect not only a premier in Thailand of a great queer movie, but also: food feast brought to you by the queerest Mexican restaurant in town Tacos & Salsa Mexican Bar and Restaurant. This means a chilled afternoon with good food, with vegetarian selection, beers, drinks and music on top of one of the best rooftops of Soi Nana, Chinatown.
With this event we are raising funds in order to help the work of Love Galaya, a small but very active association which helps empowering Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans and Queer women in Thailand. All the money raised after the expense will help funding their open-dialogue counseling activities for the local LBTQI+.
5:00 Doors open
6:00 Presentation of event and Love Galaya project
6:15 Screening of “A Safe Place For The Wild” (2011)
7:00 Raffle Draw
Music, Tacos and good vibes till late
⚧ admission 150 THB + sticker + raffle ticket ⚧
Queer Music Vibes by DJ Chorn (Wonderfruit) and DJ Sen Lek Naam (Seattle)
*Probably the best way to celebrate, have fun and support LGBTQ community in Bangkok*
⚢ A Safe Place For The Wild (2011) Sweden ⚢
By Hanna Högstedt / Drama, Family, Queer, Relationship
“Élisa and Klara, a couple in their late twenties, quarrel in the bathtub about where to be buried. In the apartment next door lives Maryam with her seven-year-old daughter. A Safe Place for the Wild is a film about tearing down a wall and making a new home, about different nations and desire. A house-warming party larger than life, and life catching up on you the morning after. A triangle drama about the fine line between love and friendship, and about making your own family.” – Lisboa International Queer Film Festival
Where: 41 Soi Nana, Chinatown, BKK, 10100
When: Sunday, May 15th 2016, from 4 – 10 pm
Admission: ⚧ admission 150 THB + sticker + a raffle ticket ⚧
Near: MRT Hua Lumphong
More info and events schedule on the page
Queerometer: 5/5 rebel, queer and bad ass grrrrls and boys night out