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(...) If one says "I am sorry", it means one has done something wrong - in the eyes belonging to the norm only, for that matter. Therefore, it also means that one's behaviour has escaped what is commonly perceived as "right." This is raising the need to challenge normalisation and morality. What is at stake is not freedom, but the creation of a disruptive space. From paradoxes and conflicting notions emerges possibilities - what matters is the potential. If that is the case, then I wish that I will be constantly wrong - that I would constantly have to apologize. (...)

includes contributions by CAConrad, Rami Chupocabrxs, Florian Hetz, Astrit Ismaili, Jannis Marwitz, Madhuri Shukla and Sodomites, Perverts, Inverts, Together! (SPIT! - Carlos Motta, John Arthur Peetz, Carlos Maria Romero) ; with fonts by Steinarr Ingolfsson and Clara Jullien