In the first half of the podcast episode Nora and Franzi talk about Noras Book: Migrating the Feminine (deutsch: Aufbruch der Weiblichkeit bei MSB Matthes&Seitz, 2018) and her life and experience as a girl and woman in Kairo, Egypt.
Nora answers questions about:
- How did you come to write this book?
- What does it mean to you to be feminine?
- What differences have you experienced in being female* in Kairo vs. Berlin?
- What do you hope for in terms of femininity* ?
- What is your new book “Dance of the Persecuted” about?
And many more.
Buy the book
English Version: https://www.60pages.com/longreads/migrating-the-feminine/
Deutsche Ausgabe: https://www.matthes-seitz-berlin.de/buch/weiblichkeit-im-aufbruch.html
Lecture in Part 2
You can also listen to parts of the book being red by Lynn de Vrees in german and polish in the second half of this episode: ”Folge 3 – Teil 2: Deutsch – Polnische Lesung/Odcinek 3 – Część 2: polsko-niemieckie czytanie”
The technical production of the podcast was done for us by Lotte from Sex Tapes (Instagram: @sxtpspodcast).
The vulvastic jingle is by Johanna (Instagram: @scatty_smith).
The great design is by Olga Filatow
We are supported by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth as part of the federal program “Demokratie leben!”
And from funds of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Society, Integration and Consumer Protection.
But of course also a big thank you to the numerous donors* of the crowdfunding campaign at Startnext.