” Pretty is not the rent to pay to exist in public spaces “
No-body is Wrong is a demotic platform to accompany anyone wishing to get rid of the pressure on their appearance. It involves, through workshops, interventions or specific support, to create spaces of freedom for the body so that it feels entitled to exist.
To carry out this process of reappropriation of the body, No-body is wrong sets up a fieldwork with individuals or groups wishing to deprogram the pressure exerted on them by the image industry.
No-Body is Wrong offers support to people who are under pressure on their appearance in the public space or in their workplaces. This is for anyone who is at odds with the ideals of body representation.
No-Body is Wrong was born under the necessity of enriching the human being by learning to see him under as many points seen as possibile. Because we believe that diversity is a strength and that difference is rich in lessons.
In fearing the difference,
We do not learn anything.
# Testimony :
"I do not remember the day when the tools of representation gave themselves the word to judge the appearance of all human beings, but I'm tired of it."
The visibility of plurisexual lives is interpreted in the cultural imaginary as an attack on the established order itself. Because of this, and because certain socials groups cannot conceive losing their privilege, women, and not only women, are under great pressure. The latter manifests itself in many ways, including the lack of representation of multi-sexual identities is often one of the most common.
The difference between "tolerance" and "acceptance" is huge. "I tolerate" means: I consider myself better, but I tolerate, at the most, the existence of Others taking care that it does not bother me too much in my own life and in my own habits, it does not interfere in my value system. To tolerate means to scarcely notice that the Other exists and to want to have as little as possible to do so. "I tolerate" does not mean: I know, I understand and I accept. To welcome someone, to accept that the other person has the right to exist with the differences that make him whole means to accept that the other through his presence can transform us. To accept the other, one must place oneself at the same level so as to be able to recognize each other, to recognize the same rights, and to understand each other beyond differences. To accept does not mean: to compare and judge the difference, it is to recognize through the difference of others, the fact that we can not be the sole referent and that the other has the right to define itself in its otherness.