Prohibido

 

Guadalajara is a city that knows how to tend to its LGBT community, having some of the best events in the country for us. This year was not the exception, and during LGBT pride month a new type of event took place, celebrating sexual diversity in all its expressions, and this is the cultural festival Prohibido.

This event was held for the first time on June 1 and 2 of this year, which was born out of an initiative of the Ciudad Taller civil association and brought together over 30 artists who presented their proposals to an audience of more than 2,000 attendees.

In this interesting event we were able to enjoy unique experiences and exhibitions, including a history lecture on microclubbing, a sibari bondage workshop imparted by Mike Urrieta, a dance performance created by Nohbords and Enrique Larios’s Project Room exhibition. In addition to having the participation of Salón Emergente and Trópico Erótico.

All this was achieved thanks to the support of different brands, including Boodles, Tequila 1800, XX and Uber. Thanks to this initiative, over $70,000 Mexican pesos were raised in donations with the purpose of continuing to generate content in favor of diversity and produce a documentary about diversity and neighborhoods in Guadalajara.

Prohibido is a different proposal that promises a lot in the years to come. Follow them on social media for more information and don’t hesitate to mark this event on your calendar for 2019.

 


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Guadalajara es una ciudad que sabe como consentir a la comunidad LGBT, teniendo algunos de los mejores eventos en el país para nosotros. Este año no fue la excepción, ya que en el marco del mes del orgullo LGBT se llevó a cabo una nueva propuesta que celebra la diversidad sexual en todas sus expresiones, y esta es el festival cultural Prohibido.

El 1 y 2 de junio de este año se realizó por primera vez este evento, que nació de una iniciativa de la asociación civil Taller Ciudad y que reunió a más de 30 artistas que presentaron sus propuestas ante un público de más de 2,000 asistentes.

En este interesante evento pudimos disfrutar de experiencias y exposiciones únicas, entre ellas una cátedra de historia acerca del microclubbing, un taller de bondage sibari impartido por Mike Urrieta, una pieza de danza creada por Nohbords y la exposición Project Room de Enrique Larios. Además de contar con la participación de Salón Emergente y de Trópico Erótico.

Todo esto se dio gracias al apoyo de diferentes marcas, entre ellas Boodles, Tequila 1800, XX y Uber. Gracias a esta iniciativa se pudieron recolectar más de $70,000 pesos en donativos para continuar generando contenidos en pro de la diversidad y producir un documental sobre la diversidad y los barrios en Guadalajara.

Prohibido es una propuesta diferente que promete mucho en los años por venir. Sigue las redes sociales del festival para obtener más información y no dudes en marcar este evento en tu calendario para el 2019.

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