Queer Athens

Queer Greek History, One Story at a Time


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A growing community archive of queer people's stories

Queer Athens is a bilingual oral history archive that shares the stories and experiences of Greek LGBTQ+ people from the 1960s to the present in their own words.

Our mission is twofold: to share the rich tradition of queer activism in Greece with a wider audience, domestically and abroad, and to bear witness to the profound changes in what it has meant to be queer in Greece from the mid-20th century to the present.

Our episodes will feature groundbreaking activists, visual artists, musicians, writers, community builders, and everyday people. We seek to democratize history-making by centering the lived experiences of all queer Athenians because we all have something to share about what it means to be queer and Greek.

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Vagia Georgali
Hella Tsaconas

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About Queer Athens

Queer Athens isn’t just a podcast; it’s a grassroots oral history project. Our episodes share and circulate stories of political activism and queer livelihoods within the Greek LGBTQ+ community and they serve as a starting place for potential allies who looking to educate themselves about LGBTQ+ issues for the first time.