3 FICAE REFLECTION SPACES / Lips like swords: phobias against the collective LGTBI +


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27  – FRIDAY, MARCH 24

Universitat Politécnica de València
Hall Solidari
Camino de Vera s/n
46022 Valencia


Lips like swords: phobias against the collective LGTBI +

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Activity that is part of “Miradas a tres: homofobia”, realized jointly by MICE (Mostra Internacional de Cinema Educatiu) and Mostra La Ploma (Festival de cine y cultura LGTBI)


Didier Eribon (2001) points out: “Injury is not only a word that describes … The one who launches the outrage makes me know that he has power over, that I am at his mercy … Injury is an act of language – Or a repeated series of acts-by which a particular place in the world is assigned to its addressee.This assignment determines a point of view about the world, a particular perception.Injury is a performative statement: its function is to produce effects and , Especially to institute or perpetuate the separation between the ‘normal’ and those whom Goffman calls the ‘stigmatized’, and instill this crack in the heads of the individuals. Injury tells me what I am to the same extent as Makes me what I am”. For his part, Bourdieu, in The male domination states: “The dominated apply to the relations some categories constructed from the point of view of the dominators, making them appear that way as natural” (2001). “Because injury, [says Eribon], is an act of language-or a repeated series of acts-by which a particular place in the world is assigned to its recipient. ” Injury and insult are pre-formative statements that at the moment of being pronounced separate the “normal” from the “stigmatized” and sentence them to live in the margins indicated for them by the dominant ideology.

Eribon, Didier, Reflexiones sobre la cuestion gay, Barcelona, Anagrama, 2001


Research realized by Carmelo Gabaldón and Juan Carreras


 

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