About Us

kvartir-for-frida.jpgKvartir is an LGBTQA+ organisation committed to feminist values in support and visibility of bisexual, transgender, queer, and asexual identities in Slovenia. You can find us on facebook and instagram, and contact us at drustvokvartir@gmail.com.

Events

Click here for our upcoming events. Our meet ups are often held in English for international attendees; in other cases, a translator is usually available.

Bisexual Meet Ups

Our bisexual meet ups, coordinated by Ada, are held in Ljubljana every fortnight, alternating with the trans meet ups (usually at Legebitra, Wednesdays at 7pm). Content varies from creative workshops to personal group discussions to game nights. Recent projects include t-shirt printing, video game design, and zine making.

 

Trans Meet Ups

Our trans meet ups, coordinated by Kitty, Neja and Verity, are held in Ljubljana every fortnight, alternating with the bi meet ups (usually at Legebitra, Wednesdays at 7pm). The meet ups are run by trans people, and the content is for trans people (cis people may attend, if accompanying a trans friend, partner, or family member). Content varies from creative workshops to personal group discussions to game nights.

 

Queer Book Club

Join us at Kvartir’s queer book club, coordinated by Neja, every 4th Thursday of the month! We will discuss LGBT+ books and books by LGBT+ authors. Whenever the book we’re reading is available in English, English speaking people are welcome to join the discussion.

 

Asexual Meet ups (on hiatus)

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We’re currently looking for a new coordinator as the previous one escaped to America.

 

 

Projects

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We’re pleased to announce our new project focused on the sexual health of LGBT+ women and trans people! We will, among other things, implement long-term education for gynecologists working with LGBT+ persons, research the needs and expereicnes within the LGBT+ community and host workshops on lesbian and trans safe sex.

Kvartir co-created this project with The Society of Medical Students, Project Virus, and Dr Gabrijelo Simetinger.

 

 

 

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