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Unwanted Words

Unwanted Words

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Unwanted Words is the first platform for up & coming LGBTQ+ poets and Spoken Word artists in Rotterdam & around. Unwanted Words seeks to offer opportunities for queer connection and growth such as Queer Poetry Nights series, spoken word workshops and digital content that promote and amplify queer voices from an intersectional approach. The goal of the collective as a platform is to create spaces for LGBTQ+ talent to thrive and connect with like-minded communities.

The project was created in September 2018 by Luis Bracamontes, a queer immigrant & Spoken Word artist from Mexico. Unwanted Words is a mix of queer & non-binary feminists, BIPOC and white, dutch nationals, immigrants & refugees. As a collective, it takes an open stance against racism, xenophobia, ableism and other forms of structural and direct discrimination. Most forms of literary expression are allowed, such as spoken word, poetry, op-eds, drama, and performances.