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#KADINHAREKETİ: WE’RE NOT SHUTUP!

We could not proceed to breathe as if nothing had occurred in the present day, when violence, girls, youngsters and animals have been oppressed and despised, a devastating social oppression between not solely masculine but in addition girls was condensed, psychological violence step by step alienated the “second intercourse”, and gender discrimination infiltrated all layers of society.

When he stated cease violence via messages that give him a voice, berguzar korel and gulse, who by no means hesitated to talk for justice and males’s equality, he confirmed us as soon as once more what energy and perseverama can do, such because the tussemaker, eda advantage and seyhan arman, who’re combative, courageous and main position fashions in every of their fields. We’re hopeful as a result of we’ve so many ladies like them and it’ll live on. Let our phrases be our method, their postures are our gentle…

GAYE SU AKYOL: “Make a voice and CALL YOUR RIGHTS, YOU ARE NEVER ALONE!”

His sturdy stance, unifying and revolutionary music that embraces all others and everybody, his unending phrase towards injustices, his voice and his proposed options, the dream and galvanizing braveness of a world above gender; the sort that can drag the lots. So long as he rests extra, learn, is aware of, and spreads his concepts wave by wave… You’ll learn a manifesto of hope and justice with the voice of Gaye otyol.

Simply as his music doesn’t match within the labels and indifference to the labels, Gaye Su Akyol stands as much as all of the separations and otherizations in life along with his persona and ideas. As he sang within the tune World Kaleska on the hologram empire album, “I’m Cinder, Armenian, Turkish, Kurdish, ah, i am a blue apple, what distinction does it make…” “I think about a implausible world that may see their variations as wealth, equal and truthful, above gender, enjoyable, artistic, humorous, bizarre and conscious of their superpowers,” he stated. We’re collectively to debate the options of those variations, particularly gender variations that flip into social discrimination, and the ache, hatred and violence attributable to male-dominated tradition, and to reside in a fairer world.

Akyol’s message is obvious: “If you’re subjected to violence, ask for assist, make a voice, contact the fitting associations, contacts, study their authorized rights, search your rights and always remember; You aren’t alone!”

Violence is on the rise not solely in Turkey, however all around the world. If we return to Turkish society, why is all types of violence and violence growing in our nation?

The problem could be very sophisticated, however it’s near unimaginable to keep up social belief in an atmosphere the place the legal guidelines should not enforced, crime is unpunished, the financial system is shaking, revenue distribution is expressed by cliffs, the extent of training is falling day-to-day. Change is important!

How will change happen?

To start with, I’m terribly shaken by the reticence of the state-owned authorities, which holds energy, in regards to the difficulty. Let the commissions which can be particularly on this difficulty be established, together with psychiatrists, sociologists, consultants who do social analysis, conduct a deep analysis protecting Anatolia, report on the doable sources of the issue, options are produced.

Within the meantime, violence ought to be mobilized on a social foundation, current legal guidelines ought to be utilized to the letter, violent folks ought to be handled, violence ought to be discovered as a baby and critical remedy is an issue that’s not forgotten, ranging from the household with a particular method, training ought to be on the root of the issue.

Gender inequality on the root of the issue, after all, and the mindset transformation towards it’s important.

The gender roles we’ve been given; I feel it is summary prisons that oppresse and uniform people, make life boring and unbearable. To root this out, we first have to destroy the prisons in our personal minds. If we are able to obtain this, I imagine that if we are able to obtain this, we are going to infect all the pieces we contact, this free spirit, equality, the state of being one. On the one hand, an pressing transformation on the premise of state insurance policies is important, the language of training, the heavy sexist language/method contained within the college books ought to be destroyed, youngsters’s creativeness, self-existence, existence shouldn’t be suppressed via the idea of ladies and boys, and entry to work/training/elementary rights and freedoms on a society foundation ought to be equalized.

You’ve got drawn consideration to every kind of injustices and reacted along with your songs. How did political consciousness come about in you?

I grew up in a loving household, however i’ve additionally witnessed completely different facets of violence infrequently. Witnessing such conditions gave me an awfully nice sense of unhappiness, anger and frustration, and he additionally engaged an individual who might by no means stay silent towards injustices. It has been like this for so long as I can keep in mind. My mom was an incredible lady, gender-sexist for me. He was a particular one who was capable of be each very sturdy and naïve and loving, and impressed me many of the traits that my mom gave the impression to be very incompatible with one another. A baby who grew up with mother and father who got here up with care and respect for his or her concepts even at a younger age, who valued their presence within the household, was capable of develop a wholesome self, and I used to be fortunate to take action. Studying, researching, not being insensitive might have fed my political consciousness.

How would you elevate her if you happen to had a daughter?

I would like to lift a child who may be his personal superhero! He’s somebody who can afford to be himself no matter gender norms, has excessive vanity, full of affection and curiosity, who doesn’t care what he says, respects all life types.

Do you contemplate your self sturdy?

I am my very own superhero! I am very sturdy, sure, as a result of to begin with, I comply with see my weaknesses, my weaknesses, i respect myself, I help my effort to be a greater particular person, so I am my greatest good friend of my very own. Which makes me as fluid and ingrained as water. Being a robust lady means to name your self via gender roles, as a substitute of figuring out your self via gender roles, generally not having the ability to discover it, however to maneuver on, to method adversity infrequently as an amazon warrior or an appendage, a clever man or a madrassa.

What affect can music have on stopping violence?

When music is used accurately, it revolutionizes, ishes and recreates, treats, combines… His phrases generally penetrate stronger and sooner than 1000’s of political opinions, displace the lots which can be thought to by no means transfer, and in some circumstances one thing has to vary or thrive both voluntarily or essentially.

CHAMPION WITH US: SUEDE PAINTER

It does not occur every single day, champions do not occur fairly often; Particularly to him… You’ll learn the story of Sumeyye Boyaacı, who made historical past along with his excellent achievements, awards and willpower within the sport of swimming.

You need to have seen the thrill we had whereas we have been ready for him within the photograph studio. We might quickly meet 16-year-old Sumeyye Boyaacı, a nationwide swimmer who gained a silver medal on the World Paralympic Swimming Championships. “Second place was not one thing I anticipated, I had greater desires, my aim was to be first. Now it is subsequent for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics,” he says. Who is aware of what number of extra awards and first prizes anticipate Sumeyye with this self-confidence, this willpower and willpower. Within the meantime, allow us to keep in mind that she gained the primary place on the 2018 European Paralympic Swimming Championships in Dublin, and that she was the primary feminine European Champion within the historical past of the Republic in swimming.

As quickly as Sumeyye, whom we knew and proud lyre just for his achievements, got here to the studio, he lit up the place along with his gentle, vitality, infantile but in addition mature perspective, smiling face and naturalness.

You need to have seen your willpower when selecting the garments she was going to put on within the photograph shoot. She did not like her make-up and re-done professionally along with her ft she used like her arms (Sumeyye is mostly a make-up artist!), getting into the studio, “I will repair my hair for a minute and scan it backwards along with her over-flexible ft (her hair) as we enhance our amazement of her, and we requested ourselves lots of questions. He ought to have requested… To have the ability to giggle it doesn’t matter what, to have the ability to maintain on to life towards all challenges, to surrender hope and never quit the wrestle; 16-year-old Sumeyye’dan life classes may be the primary subjects…

One factor we have to know once we hearken to him is that we’re not going to have the ability to do this. As a result of we marginalize people who cannot become involved in life due to bodily difficulties, so we do not get to know, and consequently we encompass the unknown with fears and prejudices, we’re the actual disabled. See what he says, Sumeyye: “The actual impediment is the challenges which can be introduced earlier than us and the people who find themselves the most typical of those challenges. The truth is, it does not cease you from having a limb. Methods you possibly can’t overcome, residing situations that scale back your high quality of life, listed below are the actual obstacles…”

He by no means rebelled or by no means gave up? “There are occasions once I really feel so determined, these are the moments once I cease residing with each cell of my physique. However then a tiny voice tells me, “You must sustain with the sumeyye, why and the way you got here up to now, and to any extent further, you must maintain going for it.” I do know if I let it go, I will not get something I need. If I keep in mind my completely happy days crying, I’ll keep in mind the times once I cried with amusing.”

Laughing fits him very effectively, like several little one… A facial features during which a candy smile by no means lacks, is naïve, infantile, however on the age of 16, it is an sudden maturity. He is already overcome his obstacles, it is our flip…

You have been the world runner-up on the World Paralympic Swimming Championships in London. Anticipate this resultWas it?

No, it wasn’t one thing I anticipated as a result of I had greater desires and I hoped to be first. The truth is, the grades my opponents bought confirmed that I used to be going to be first, however in sports activities, not all the pieces at all times develops as you’d anticipate.

I used to be main the race, however when my opponent raised his arm up and touched it, he was thought-about a winner. I made 71 sals of 44 seconds and my opponent made 71 sals of 44 seconds, briefly taking the lead with solely three % of a second. The 46-year-old, a swimmer of the yr, has grow to be a 17-time European Champion. Anyway, I normally compete with the Olympic Champions. I beat him final yr and have become european champion. He advised me I used to be the primary athlete to do it. He did not imagine he was going to be first as a result of I had overwhelmed him earlier than, so he was very stunned and completely happy. I would not be so completely happy if I gained first place. Anyway, I’ve bought many extra years forward of me, and I am certain I will race higher.

So how did your story begin?

I used to be born on February 5, 2003 with out two arms. Once I was six months outdated, my mom began giving flowers to my ft, not my arms, because it was executed to all the kids, after which she left a cake; I poured it and ate it within the hair. Like the journey of utilizing the arms of all my friends, I began utilizing my legs and ft. I am as yawning as a gymnast as a result of this has been happening since I used to be a little bit lady.

Someday my mom wasn’t dwelling ( once I was three and a half years outdated), I painted an image of a rose with my ft. My mom stated, “If there was anybody else in the home, I would not imagine you drew that rose.” I really like portray. Once I was 5, I drew a canopy image of the E-book of Golden Fish, one of many Russian folks tales. On the age of six, I turned the primary Turkish lady to open an artwork exhibition in Russia.

How and when did you understand it was completely different?

I’ve at all times been a high-confidence child. Once I realized I did not have arms once I was three, I requested my mom , “The place are the arms, the place are the arms” with a tune (he mumbles the melody with amusing). I used to be dancing waving the arms of my long-sleeved costume. My mom saved my play, based mostly on the instance of animals with limbs lacking like a rabbit with out a pompom in fairy story books, and advised a narrative like, “There was a Sumeyye, no arms, however he was doing all the pieces along with his ft.” The tales my mom advised once I was little got here true. I am doing all the pieces alone proper now, apart from one or two issues.

What, for instance? We noticed her make-up self-made as she ready for the photograph shoot…

I wish to put on make-up as a result of I really like colours. The toughest half is eye-liner, however I feel I can do it. I will make my very own dinner, however the unhappy half is I do not wish to eat extra. My favourite recipe is chibörek, in spite of everything, I am from Eskisehir. I am doing marbling exterior of portray, i placed on an exhibition once I was 11, and that i purchased myself a stitching machine with the cash I constructed from there. Chopping and mowing the garments I designed is my favourite factor. I organize attire that do not swimsuit me with little touches. I sat down and stitched up the frills of a costume till 5:00 a.m., after which ironed it so there would not be traces of velvet. I wore that costume on the premiere of a documentary. Aside from all this, I write with my ft, i take advantage of computer systems and telephones, I do my homework.

You’re cool! And also you by no means rebelled?

After all I’ve had a really tough time. They did not wish to enroll me in class once I began elementary college. The varsity board (it was a non-public college) stated different rich mother and father have been frightened about their youngsters’s psychology deteriorating, in order that they did not wish to take me to highschool, however they lastly bought it. My elementary college instructor lacked conscience, continually scary my pals towards me, doing issues that did not swimsuit a instructor. I used to be locked in as soon as, i did not discuss to him. By the way in which, once I wanted a bathroom, I at all times known as my mother on my instructor’s telephone, which was a routine. That day, my instructor stated, “Should you’re not speaking to me, I will not let your mom know whenever you want me anymore.” Can a little bit boy be so horrible to a disabled little one?

Why did you select to swim?

Once I was 5, I began swimming with the encouragement of my mom and impressed by the fish. I discovered to swim in 12 hours, it was an incredible achievement for somebody at my age and in my state of affairs. I’ve seen my expertise and gone extra on swimming. I had bother strolling and operating as a result of one leg was shorter than the opposite. However once I was swimming, I felt like I used to be in my very own habitat.

How are you feeling whenever you’re swimming?

Swimming means each drained and enjoyable for me. The best technique to relieve stress is to place him within the water; You may throw as many dolphins within the water as you need, as a result of this water can do no matter you need with it. On the finish of the day, once I stroll into the pool for coaching, I put all of the adverse vitality I collected in me within the water and kicked the water. All of them disappear in waves.

How do you swim? You are placing your weight in your waist?

I normally use my hip and my waist to get myself thrown out. I pull myself again with my shoulders as I throw my legs up. In brief, I swim largely with my abdomen, hip and legs. I am specializing in the ridge, which is my main in swimming. I am swimming on my again in a butterfly type. However my favourite type is to swim like grandma, slowly opening my muscle mass.

If you began swimming and particularly whenever you switched to nationwide sportsman, how did you get reactions from round you?

Once I began swimming, lots of people inspired me, however once I turned a nationwide athlete, the state of affairs modified. Since these within the sports activities neighborhood know that my tutorial profession objectives are additionally current, “Sumeyye stops swimming at some point, by no means goes to the tip, it isn’t value working for this lady, he is already beginning to swim to get someplace academically.” They’d conversations. Sure, I am making an attempt to take my tutorial life along with sportsmanship, which is not simple. I usually reside away from my household and disrupt my classes, however I am additionally proud of the varied doorways that being a nationwide athlete will open me up (like getting high quality training overseas). It is also a wonderful feeling to symbolize my nation in one of the simplest ways.

What sort of work tempon do you may have?

We enter the camps, particularly as we put together for world championships and large races. We rise up within the morning and we go into freezing water. After about two and a half hours of coaching, which lasts 4.5 km, we’ve breakfast after which begin floor coaching. One other 4.5 km within the afternoon is ready for us. In brief, I swim a complete of about 10 miles a day.

What does the phrase engel imply to you?

The actual impediment is the challenges which can be introduced earlier than us, and the disabled are those who create these challenges. It isn’t an impediment to the dearth of a limb, however quite the opposite, the roads that make it tough to succeed in and the residing situations that scale back your high quality of life are hampered. In brief, we wouldn’t have the impediment…

You are saying everyone seems to be a disabled candidate…

Undoubtedly. I do not know what is going on to occur to me in a couple of minutes. We’re all handicapped and a most cancers candidate.

Do you contemplate your self a robust lady?

Typically I really feel so determined and I wish to cease residing with each cell of my physique. However then i had a tiny voice, “You must sustain with the sumeyye for no matter purpose and the way you got here right here. Should you depart one thing unfinished, you will not get something you need.” If I keep in mind my completely happy days crying, I will keep in mind the times once I cried with amusing. This is my philosophy of life.

Your largest motivation?

Figuring out I’ll make it. I additionally like folks’s phrases and the sensitivity they present. Messages like “I am again in life due to the sumeyye, you are a job mannequin for my daughter, we love you a lot.”

Inform me your desires, what are your objectives?

I am a tenth grader in highschool. Lots of tenting and abroad journeys are ready for me. And I am working too late, taking non-public lessons, not disrupting my college. I used to be a category winner final yr. As for my objectives, I’ve seen and skilled quite a bit, i feel I perceive the psychology of disabilities effectively, i’ve a excessive potential to empathize. So I wish to be a psychologist, to be helpful to folks. To be on the Worldwide Paralympic committee as an athlete psychologist, to defend the rights of my nation and symbolize him on this planet, is one among my best objectives.

I really like speaking, too. One in all my desires is to be a sports activities announcer, so I can discuss endlessly. The truth is, my mom did not need me to decide on this career at first, however I ate her mind by speaking and satisfied her (laughing). As for swimming, I am at present preparing for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Video games. I’ll be competing in lots of camps and abroad races. I’ll maintain swimming as a lot as my physique and endurance permit.

BERGUzAR KOREL: “MY COURAGE COMES FROM FEAR…”

She stated that training is important, that equal freedoms for women and men proceed with the indisputableness and lift our kids with what values. He boldly defined the verbal abuse he suffered from the discrimination in his enterprise life. We’re companions within the insurrection of a delicate and robust lady who has not been promised, berguzar Korel’s insurrection towards all types of violence.

As we started the October difficulty you held in your hand, we needed to elevate consciousness of the murders of ladies who at the moment are dying, to shout the anger inside us and to ship a message towards violence via well-known names. We set out from girls, however actually, because the profitable actress Berguzar Korel has underlined, it’s extremely insufficient to say it is only a lady’s difficulty: “It is a matter of humanity. On daily basis the dose of violence is growing on this planet. Boy, lady, animal. There’s torture and bullying in each entity he considers weak and weak. And if it breaks themselves aside, women and men have equal rights, equal freedoms and situations. That is it!”

I’ve identified Berguzar Korel via the highly effective characters he is ever come to life with, we’re acquainted. Each time for his or her little one on a thousand and one nights Shehrazat, who is set to make any sacrifices, will break a job mannequin, rising to the domination within the 70s within the years when man-woman equality shouldn’t be spoken as loudly as it’s in the present day, pursuing justice in Karaday. The courageous decide, Feride, and the person of my nation you might be, the courageous lady Azize… They have been all fictional characters, however when Berguzar met us in Korel’s persona, they bolstered and bolstered the picture of a girl who fought for power, decided, equality and justice, and had no tolerance for injustice. As a result of Berguzar Korel is like this. To fulfill Berguzar Korel, who has been advocating for justice and equality along with his performing in addition to his stance and sharing for years, at all times towards all types of violence and making an attempt to lift consciousness, and his messages right here transferwas inevitable. It should not be a coincidence that we watched him final season in Ladies and Boys, which Dennis Kelly described as “a sport the place I broke my chains”, which touched on the male violence and the implications of it, particularly in boys’ violence…

Berguzar Korel shakes us all along with his compassion, sincerity, the passion and braveness that motherhood has bestowed upon her, her outspokenness, her eager for all this, her eager for equality and justice, and the seek for options, giving an esthes to the circulate of life.

What issues is girls struggling in Turkey?

When a girl cannot agree along with her husband, she does not even have the fitting to reside or go her personal method on the level of separation as a result of she sees the particular person she shares as a person, not as a human being. Is not that the primary purpose for the violent information that we get up with terror every single day? We’re nonetheless battling gender inequality. Girl’s garments, laughter, hair, work… Violence. It is every kind of violence. Sexual violence, verbal violence, psychological violence should not solely from males, but in addition from the neighborhood… Lynch. They are not afraid to guide an incredible lynching tradition. Whereas this futursis sees the fitting to dissiand all this poison, those that do that violence reply with bullying to hunt or make a voice heard. They’re on the backside of injustice and inequality.

Emine Bulut’s homicide, the phrases “I do not wish to die” stuffed us all. And we got down to discuss to you, to lift consciousness. Would you share your emotions…

Emine Bulut and plenty of extra. However I am asking myself, if we take a look at it sociologically, watching a video of a homicide? Take this video there? Killing somebody in a public place, clearly understanding there are different folks round? It is an instance of a cool monstrosity throughout this occasion and each second. There are two victims there; a mom and a baby. I hope the regulation modifications. A girls’s fee is established in parliament with range. And this fee meets with lecturers and considers what it might probably do for each victims and family and ladies beneath risk, how the state can use its amenities. If we wish to go to an answer, these are crucial steps.

Why cannot an answer be reached?

There is not any deterrent. He isn’t scared. He says he is doubled my honor. He isn’t afraid… It isn’t sufficient to be scared, although. He must respect it. A girl or an animal, or a good friend who disagrees with him. I am saying that training, regulation, NGOs, collaborations of worldwide manufacturers, messages from artists, the affect of tv, a overview of what may be executed there. The regulation positively wants to vary. Eliminating a good-case discount in girls’s murders and little one abuse would be the first and most vital step. Contemplating all 4 branches, gender equality, animal rights, little one abuse ought to be executed no matter it takes.

It’s crucial that mentality transformation is reworked in our society towards gender inequality. How do you suppose that is doable?

Coaching! I am speaking about an training that begins within the household first. Within the eyes of the kid, there ought to be no gender-adrising superiority in a dad or mum relationship. The kid ought to be supplied a wholesome relationship between women and men. Mom is the primary position mannequin for the lady and for the boy. Boys get lots of work for his or her moms, after all, however I feel ladies have priorities for his or her moms to concentrate to. When elevating our kids, we have to educate that ladies shouldn’t excel over their bodily look and that our worth can’t be decided by what we put on and the way we glance. We have to educate ladies at a really younger age that they need to at all times help their fellow intercourse. We have to inform them that their boyfriends aren’t stronger than them, they’ve equal rights with them. We have to give an instance of what we’re saying, not simply verbally, however behaviorally. We have to educate our boys how vital feelings are, and beneath any circumstances, their girlfriends shouldn’t have bodily contact until they need them. Research also needs to be carried out in colleges with the help of aware academics and the Ministry of Schooling.

You’ve got drawn consideration to any injustice. You talked, you reacted. How did consciousness come to you, what values did your loved ones elevate you with?

In our home, morality and values have been an vital difficulty. I am not speaking in regards to the hole morality of the current, which is beneath strain from society. Then again, opposite to common perception, I grew up with lots of strain and lied each second of oppression. It creates such an enormous burden that the kid is in your coronary heart… As a result of if the child’s questioning one thing, he finds a method and does it. If we respect our kids’s curiosity and make us really feel that we belief them, the way in which they go is way cleaner. Once I bought a no reply to one thing I would been allowed in my total teenage lady, my insurrection after which what I heard have been at all times the identical, “Dad, do not you belief me?”, “We do not belief you, lady, we do not belief the atmosphere!” This creates an amazing sense of insecurity in direction of the atmosphere. However the clearest factor I used to be taught, apart from all this, was that I should not be silent on injustice. Do not steal, do not contact what you do not have proper, assist with what your means are, and naturally love the animals. The actual fact is that the kid is doing what he is advised, not what he is advised, so my greatest probability is that apart from that strain, I grew up with a mom and father who embraced all these values.

And the way do you elevate your son?

Like I stated, the child’s doing what he is not advised to do first, however what he is saying. The clearest message we’ve given him is that it doesn’t matter what lives on this life, he can communicate to us clearly; As a result of if the kid feels that his household is at all times there for him on this planet, he does not really feel alone within the face of the occasions he encounters, and is aware of that he can share all the pieces he is going via with the mom and father. Ladies and boys have equal rights and this isn’t a contentious difficulty. I’ve advised him from a really younger age how folks look, that we by no means cope with their sexual orientation, their beliefs, their faith, that we are able to solely join with their hearts. What I am saying about ladies is that he’ll by no means elevate a hand to any lady, after all, “If the women hit you, inform them to cease verbally first. If it is happening, get away from the atmosphere, even run.”

Have you ever ever been abused?

Like all girls, I have been verbally abused each time I have been on the road since I used to be a child. Typically I would put on black beanie on my head and put on males’s pants and fake to be males.’ I used to be at all times afraid to stroll down the road alone, i want i had the language of these slopes the place I ran dwelling from the bus. I walked out of coaching with a girlfriend in the course of the road through the day, and once I walked away from the streetmen that surrounded us, I did not carry my head off the ground so I would not get it fallacious. Once I began my enterprise life, I turned a woman like a boy, an older sister of the crew, a brother, and that i protected myself like that to stop any calls for from my environment. What does that imply? The primary time you’ve got taken a step into femininity is sacrificing your femininity. It is horrible.

After all I have been subjected to sexism in my work life. Male gamers have much more area. Commuting instances to the set, charges, comforts on the set, getting on set, holidays… The only is that in terms of a male actor making a behavior of not following the arrival instances and coming three hours late, the producer calls it “whim” in these lobbying, it doesn’t matter what the difficulty, when a feminine actress makes any calls for. It is beginning to be talked about beneath neon. Each transfer and demand of a person deserves, the lady’s whim.

What position does media and Turkish television exhibits play within the unfold and normalization of violence?

They are saying, “We’re displaying them so we are able to elevate consciousness.” Quite the opposite! You present it via folks they admire and make it much more regular. On high of that, producers, screenwriters, administrators make worse statements defending their views. All of us have to open their eyes now, girls and youngsters are dying. Consciousness can solely be created by highlighting them with out displaying them. There are a lot of feminist jobs on this planet, and this consciousness has begun to present itself in Turkey. Even manufacturers systematically withdraw sponsorship from violent enterprise to girls and youngsters is a really optimistic growth.

What are your fears and reservations in life? And the way do you recover from it?

I am a horrible, I am a son, I am at all times eager about the worst, I am writing catastrophe eventualities, however lately I have been capable of management my fears extra, each my therapist and my very own private growth journey. I am going after all of them, I am so scared, however I do not cease doing what I am afraid of. My braveness comes from my worry, actually, i get extra inspired each time I am scared. Am I sturdy? Sure, I am a robust lady. I have never had the posh of claiming i can not do this since I used to be a little bit lady. I’ve the posh of claiming methods to cope with this and quit. Then it will get heavier, the burden of man and the stronger he will get on each load.

YouI watched the women and boys play, which revealed the violence in boys. How was this position supplied to you?

I used to be crying on the telephone an hour and a half after Ibrahim Cicek despatched me the textual content. I stated i touched a really delicate level, i used to be very scared, “higher.” Abraham gave me an incredible journey whereas I used to be working. I’ve to ask him why he supplied me the position, however in such a difficulty, when he was describing such ache, he utterly revered my instincts, concepts, motherhood and my equal identities and set me free. It is a sport I break my chains, Ladies and Boys.

GÜLSE BIRSEL: “LOVE YOUR IMAGINATION, NEVER VIOLENCE!”

Gulse Birsel, who has the ability to the touch thousands and thousands with the sequence he wrote and performed, this time answering questions from Elle Turkey, we hope that he’ll attain thousands and thousands, shake folks and result in one thing to vary. We are saying cease going with the “sturdy phrases” of the profitable screenwriter.

It at all times makes you giggle; He makes us suppose, he realizes, he places it in our eyes. He offers his message along with his laughter, humor and sharp intelligence flowing from his ink, not solely to mirror the cultural map of Turkey, what is going on on the road, the temper of individuals; He additionally writes and attracts the fallacious issues, injustices, injustice, injustice, inequality, ignorance and darkness of violence. Gulse Birsel @elleturkiye social media account within the video we shot “humor can change issues in a great way” he stated… That is precisely what he does along with his humour, and when the time comes, he is satire, elevating consciousness, on the lookout for methods to show one thing dangerous right into a optimistic, giving hope.

Gulse Birsel factors to an vital level, attracts consideration to these harmful “heads” beneath all of the struggling, discrimination, inequality and violence we reside in, and he demises what the “head” has made the nation, that insidious, ignorant, invisible however infiltrated all segments of society.

Nonetheless, he is hopeful, “it is a head that is near the tip.”

This time you might not be smiling, however you’ll learn with hope, considering, asking, by realizing and making them take into consideration issues and options, gülse Birsel.

Being a girl is tough in itself, however it’s even more durable in Turkey…

I imply, it is more durable than France, it is simpler than Afghanistan, really. We’re standing in a spot like that. With the literacy and growth of a rustic, girls’s high quality of life is immediately proportional. However tradition and custom are additionally vital. Japan, for instance, shouldn’t be a rustic that values girls very a lot (it’s in wealth and class). And I do know America is not so nice about equality of alternative. On this respect, whereas it’s fallacious to generalize, Western Europe is comparatively in the perfect situation. Why has a thousand causes for historic, financial, cultural, justice.

What issues is the Turkish lady grappling with in Turkey?

Let me inform you one factor: girls wrestle with a “head” that’s near everybody however not everybody, however in girls, not simply males, from justice to safety, from legislators to tradesmen on the road, from boss to labor, fathers to moms, girls. That is the pinnacle that reduces the probability of ladies residing a superb life on this nation, a head that has risen surprisingly lately, who has been violently seen to girls, who finds braveness until we get the punishment they deserve, however now kicks our lives from the sentence, and I hope that they’re near the tip! And sadly, if you happen to’re a girl residing on this nation, whether or not you are a lawyer, an artist, an agricultural employee, a housedaughter, he is aware of this head very effectively, you attempt to reside a superb life “regardless of him.” “Everybody has the fitting to not comply with the selections and plans of males, however girls have rather less” head. “Youngsters higher not oppose your father’s mother and father’ choices, but when a woman opposes it, he’ll pay a heavy value” head. “Girls do not do this job, that job, that sport, as a result of sir, her hernia is completely different, she’s bodily weak, she’s weak, we will not, we will not get drained” and pretends to guard the identical lady by taking pictures, pushing and beating and obeying the identical lady. “Do not let a girl costume like that, we’re saying it out of our favor, to guard that lady’s dignity, her peace, her title, her dignity,” and when she defends an concept that the identical lady does not prefer it, she’s the pinnacle who yells at her physique to talk out, slanders from the waist down, the insults. In a nutshell, “all individuals are equal, however males are a little bit extra equal” head.

That is precisely what these heads are on the coronary heart of violence and ladies’s murders.

I feel the world is in a interval of decline in human relations and civilization. Reward for kindness, training, etiquette, to lose the worth of etiquette, to applause, vulgarity, even ignorance to the perspective of “I’ll do no matter I need” is on the rise. It is all around the world, particularly within the U.S. Widespread tradition is an business and a big viewers is being extracted from such merchandise, icons that can now not be an instance to these lots to promote, not educate something. “Peace along with your physique, huge butt is sweet” okay, good. However please do not reconcile along with your ignorance, your rudeness, not understanding the place to speak. Be taught a ache within the, enhance your self. It is talked about for a really very long time. However in our nation, the disruption of justice and polarization are additionally crucial causes, within the enhance in violence and homicide of ladies.

What are the deterrent measures you are proposing? What ought to be executed urgently?

It is easy. The institution of justice, deterrent penalties and the implementation of the Istanbul Conference. Then he stops consuming bread from politics to television writers, violence, violent language, threats, rudeness. Selling kindness, reconciliation, tolerance, composure.

After we speak about it, possibly one other lady is killed someplace once more, committing a homicide…

The truth is, violence is growing generally. Not simply towards girls, however towards everybody. Aggression, violence, “we burn, we burn, we shed blood” cannot be prevented as a result of he is virtually sure he will not get punished! Arms gross sales are on the rise, bored, threatening one another. The apology, the compromise, has been lifted. And likewise, from soccer to commerce, from artists to the town the place the vacation shall be held each however each difficulty is politicized, the events are pointed or pointed to this local weather… As somebody who desires for the long run, desires of fantastic tomorrows for this nation, is formidable, keen about Turkey, who loves his nation and needs each citizen to reside superbly, i’m darkened! Why do not you punish them, brother! Should you have been a deterrent! Everybody who goes out on the road, even when he will get indignant and kicks the following one, understanding that he’ll pay the worth, 85 million snug walks the streets. Even when violence is a giant value, life is a feast for all of us! What does it work for and to whom is it to “take violence from the underside in an unprecedented method” when some points are so “mounds”?

You’ve got at all times identified about girls’s affairs and your sensitivity to every kind of injustice. You wrote it, you drew it. How did political consciousness and consciousness come to you, what values did your loved ones elevate you with?

We grew up from a standpoint that training, getting a job and never crushing your self, was important to profitable all the pieces you achieved with the fitting of your wrist. Once I was stepping into elementary college, my dad used to say, “If somebody hits you, you hit him.” The report card you obtained was equal to all three of us who have been glad with the instructor’ satisfaction with you. I imply, she did not say, “Oh, that lady, let’s be a center pupil, however make a pleasant cake.” We’re three brothers, one boy, two ladies. There’s been no distinction. Gender roles got, after all, so my brother carried our suitcase, we made him cake in return and we had such candy buying. However once we wanted to hold our personal baggage, my brother was taught to make his personal meals. For instance, my brother and sister, who’re too outdated as ages, keep in mind that as quickly as they each bought out, they have been taken right into a Rubik’s dice. They competed to see who would do it first. I used to be in elementary college, however I took care of it, so i needed to. Primarily rights, equality, the fitting to say within the household, the standard of training obtained, the plans for the way forward for youngsters, the household’s financial alternatives have been a transparent equality to whom.

How and what values would you elevate if you happen to had a daughter?

I am proud of myself, my brother and my sister, regardless of who the girls and boys do, i feel I’ve raised them with the values I’ve seen from my household. As a result of the outcomes are good. Perhaps I might have left it a little bit extra snug, there have been instances once we have been overly rigorous, overly pimpiric and detailed, i might have most well-liked to be a extra unreputable particular person.

What do you consider throwing all accountability to girls by saying, “Moms elevate boys, the concept that the boy is extra beneficial than a woman?”?

It isn’t all accountability, however a part of the accountability is, after all, in girls, in moms. Do not you may have a mom who says, “Do not sound your husband, go to your brother’s water, you are a woman, do not learn, get married”? Is not there a mom who places her son in a special place than her daughter, spoils it, who makes the home a pasha, who does not suppose anybody’s worthy of her?

Have you ever ever been abused? Or have you ever been subjected to sexism?

I wasn’t molested. I haven’t got that reminiscence. I am variety, however I will reply straight away for abuse, to defeat my rights. Is it doable to not be subjected to sexism? It isn’t doable on this planet both. The only instance is once I first appeared on tv, the gag present time was stated, “these texts her husband was writing.” One minute, one aim. So do I care about this stuff? Yoo. I stroll my method with out disturbing my enjoyment. However after all, it is an advantageous sector the place our business expertise, work, work, work is clear like pumpkin. Should you discuss, two obstacles, stones, and also you’re profitable once more, you go the place you are going. However in an organization, in a manufacturing unit, in a political social gathering, In a household dominated by inequality, the warfare shall be a lot better in a system the place decision-makers are sexist. Girls’s lives are exhausting.

Earlier in Jet Society, you additionally made a critique of violence, which included reference to Ahmet Kural. Do you plan to proceed this type of consciousness in new episodes?

It wasn’t precisely a reference to Ahmet Kural. At the moment, violence towards girls started to be talked about a little bit extra, however the scene of the sequence shoot in Jet Society, the position of ladies in TV and movie scripts, the mundane of violence, the curtain, display screen and actual life “from a slap in my life Please do not develop up a little bit scuffled” was a criticism of all of their views. As a person, you possibly can’t even say “simply push” the lady and the kid, “that is all we have.” It is violence, since you’re a lot stronger bodily. The push of two boxers, two younger males, two ladies may be “mutual lyre”, dangerous for each side, violence, however there’s a stability of energy. If a person pushes a girl, it is executed to guage, punish, settle for what he desires. “I am superior, get your home.” Neither the reality nor the person who decides it, the person who practiced violence!

Would you contemplate being concerned in social accountability initiatives towards girls’s violence?

I wish to make my voice heard individually, to say my opinion extra. If it is a slogan, I will discover my very own motto, select my very own phrases, inform you what extra of my standpoint. I’ve bought a pen! I am a columnist within the paper, a present i inform my very own tales, lots of social media accounts that comply with, i really feel like I may be more practical utilizing them, i.e. my writing. I agree with him selecting a superb superb of social accountability initiatives.

What sort of Turkey, what sort of world dream do you may have?

Tolerated creativeness popularizes concepts, artwork, science, innovations. Tolerated violence solely spreads crime! I wish to reside in a spot with limitless area to creativeness, countless oppression and punishment for violence.

EDA ERDEM: “I DON’T EXIST, WE’RE THERE”

The incarnation of energy, perseverance, wrestle and willpower, essentially the most talked about title of current days, eda erdem captain has made historical past with the ladies’s nationwide volleyball crew, girls will at all times succeed, our perception of their characters who don’t settle for defeat strengthened. I am glad you are right here!

Everyone’s speaking about him. European runner-up Eda Erdem, captain of the Girls’s Nationwide Volleyball Staff, and her crew’s second place in entrance of the final world champion Serbia, the silver medal that got here 16 years later, set an vital precedent for the Turkish lady’s success in volleyball and Along with being proud, he led us all to get to know him effectively and be taught what sort of ascension story he had.

Eda Erdem, who got here out of his first coaching session when he was 13 years outdated and got here to the management of the nationwide crew in the present day 19 years after “methods to maintain a volleyball ball”, captained all age teams and groups, proves that in the present day’s panorama shouldn’t be a shock. Eda stated, “Once I was a child, I used to be very shy and fragile. Now, on reflection, i’ll ask that fragile, delicate lady. I see that I’ve created a robust, decided, human-independent and assured Eda. Sure, I’ve seen lots of bodily advantages, however I feel their most vital teachings are that they don’t seem to be going to have the ability to do this. socializing, sharing and having the ability to stand on their ft at a younger age impartial of household,” he says.

As a person who can stand lively and on his ft, the profitable athlete’s story is a job mannequin relationship from childhood to the current, in addition to directing ladies to a sport, socializing and specializing in their ft. There are subtexts, after all, resembling their upbringing.

Again to the efficiency of the Nationwide Volleyball Staff that makes us all proud; Throughout the match, we recognized with Eda Erdem and his crew, we have been excited with them, held our breath and cried out. Their braveness, willpower and self-confidence have been really all of us, shedding the match 3-2, they confirmed the significance of not being discouraged, fought and battling the younger ladies in our nation with their second place, giving them aggressive spirit and religion in not giving up. They jogged my memory not solely in volleyball, however in all facets of life how sturdy and profitable girls may be; particularly those that overlook and overlook… “What we have achieved is one thing our nation and we ladies want. This was one among our largest motivations,” stated Eda Erdem, who interprets our emotions.

Having gained many awards individually, which all of the sudden sits on the agenda of Turkey, who has not too long ago elevated variety of followers and all of us miss seeing position fashions like him, who additionally has the perfect center participant awards within the Nations and Champions Leagues. Eda Erdem and I depart you alone with the star of Turkish volleyball, who says, “I’m a girl who will get stronger and stronger every single day”.

You’re the captain of the European second Girls’s Nationwide Volleyball Staff. How did all of it begin?

Whereas the groups have been scanning tall college students in colleges for infrastructure, my coach Ismail Sahin got here to our college who launched me to volleyball and requested me, “Do you wish to strive?” as a result of I used to be the tallest schoolgirl. So I agreed. On December 24, 2000, on the age of 13, I had my first observe session.

Then I went via the tedribuy of Cengiz Göllü, an important title of Turkish volleyball. Each Ismail Sahin and Cengiz Göllü shaped my volleyball character. In 2008, I can say that I discovered my very own sports activities character with my switch to Fenerbahce.

Do you keep in mind your first observe session?

I keep in mind my pleasure once I discovered primary methods resembling my first observe, methods to maintain a volleyball ball, methods to cross, and so forth. The truth is, when our coach Ismail Sahin made me captain of my age group, my curiosity elevated much more. I performed my first sport on the little crew. I keep in mind my pleasure after the primary block, and I used to be shocked, and I turned to my coach and stated, “I made a block!” Then when i say star, younger and A Nationwide Staff, it has been 19 years full. On reflection in the present day, I see that I have been captained to each age group and crew I’ve performed in.

Most not too long ago, you misplaced to Serbia within the closing of the 2019 Girls’s European Volleyball Championship, ending second and performing efficiently. How did you and your crew work to get thus far?

My teammates have been in camp since Might 9. I joined in July after a two-and-a-half month depart interval. We’re a lovely crew, everybody loves and respects one another. Behind this success lies lots of sacrifice, coaching, labor and wrestle. What we have achieved is one thing our nation and we ladies want. That was one among our largest motivations.

With the second you get, you confirmed the lady’s power, what she will obtain, whereas she’s a job mannequin. You’ve got grow to be an instance of ladies’s solidarity. Such a efficiency makes lots of sense in our nation the place gender inequality can nonetheless be resolved and ladies should not taught.

Sadly, there are unhappy and pessimistic occasions about girls in our nation. To start with, I’m completely happy to supply everybody a chance to color turkish girls with success and satisfaction. I feel we provide a really beneficial instance in our personal subject the place girls can come when given an opportunity within the context of social equality. We’re a crew of various and multicolored characters. Ladies may be impressed by the story of all of us and storytelling our ungiving, combative character as they transfer in direction of the purpose they wish to be sooner or later. The affect and contribution of sport on society could be very excessive. I discover the perspective and steps taken by my membership Fenerbahce to help the HeForShe motion within the title of gender equality, saying “We’re equal along with women and men”.

What options ought to be present in a volleyball crew captain?

Moreover being a superb participant, you must have management. I’d say it is vital to have the ability to profit alone title at essential moments and to deliver the crew up. We’ve got a pleasant dialogue between my pals and my sisterhood and friendship, and it’s essential to be equal distance from everybody and supply a bridge between the participant and the coach when obligatory, between administration and the gamers. You will need to personal the crew on and off the sector, if there are any gamers within the crew who’ve any issues, then intervene and switch the adverse into optimistic. Our motto shouldn’t be folks, however the crew is vital; I do not exist, we’re there.

Talking of volleyball, are you able to discuss in regards to the bodily and non secular advantages of this sport?

Volleyball is the game that makes me who I’m on the heart of my life, giving me the character I’ve. Once I was a child, I used to be so shy and fragile. Now, on reflection, I see that I’ve created a robust, decided, human-independent and assured Eda from that fragile, delicate lady. Sure, I’ve seen lots of bodily advantages, however their most vital teachings are that they don’t seem to be going to have the ability to do this. socializing, sharing and having the ability to stand on their ft at a younger age impartial of household. Self-discipline is a should. If you keep mentally sturdy whereas battling adversity, you handle to get stronger from each dangerous expertise.

Do you do particular work to make ladies love volleyball and promote the training of this sport?

We try to reside with this consciousness on and off the sector. Success brings curiosity. The variety of youngsters we are able to attain with what we do off the sector is restricted, however we are able to contact a a lot wider viewers with our wrestle on the sector. To cite a message from me, at dwelling, ladies threw the ball collectively (as boys selected in soccer) and began calling out to one another by our names; It is an incredible anecdotus by itself.

How do you put together for a sport?

Because the match approaches, I take care to not feed, bodily and tactically put together. He watches previous movies of the opposing crew, what to do within the match I reside in my thoughts. We’ve got an hour of sunshine sweat observe on sport day. I will positively have three meals earlier than sport time. Mentally, I am clearing my thoughts and simply concentrating on the sport.

How do you expertise emotions earlier than and after the sport?

I at all times really feel a little bit pleasure earlier than the video games. I revive the sport in my thoughts and picture that we gained. If the result’s in our favor, I say, “You deserve a superb meal, Eda,” and once we lose, I am depressed for just a few days, and I will play the sport in my head again and again.

So what sort of way of life do you may have as an athlete?

We observe 8-9 per week, and we’ve a double observe for at the least three days. Common sleep is important to take away this tempo. 8-9 hours of sleep a day sleep, couple observe day after morning exercise slumber could be very useful. Our dietitian directs us consistent with a particular diet program and does weight management. As skilled athletes, we all know methods to feed; Though there are escapes in between…

Your worst worry?

Most athletes will reply that query as a incapacity. It’s extremely tough to remain off the sector (as somebody who’s skilled it) towards your will and also you definitely don’t need it to occur to you.

Take an image of your happiest second…

The final moments of the match, which was the breaking level in our championship two seasons in the past… Fenerbahce will finish at 15 golden set 13-7 whereas the again of the match 16-14 was a uncommon success. Infrequently I watch these photos on YouTube and that i really feel the complicated feelings I skilled that day once more. The post-match shot exhibits tears of happiness and the expression of dozens of feelings with it.

Do you hearken to music whilst you prepare?

Music is a should for our warm-up durations. The music turns off whenever you go to volleyball observe. If we’ll do weightlifting, we’ll play motivational songs.

How would you describe energy? Would you say you are a robust lady?

Energy is an vitality supply that grows and expands the restrict of what it might probably do because of the event of a way of self-confidence inside man because it reaches its objectives. I would say I am a robust lady, even a girl who will get stronger every single day.

The largest impediment you’ve got overcome?

I’ve had a comeback from the 2012-2013 season, which introduced my volleyball profession to an finish.

What’s success?

Success is to have the ability to select the fitting objectives first. And when you possibly can’t attain them, it is about having the ability to discover the willpower and can to strive once more. Onerous work is to make sacrifices and never quit.

Are there athletes you are impressed to?

I am making an attempt to get one thing out of the tales of all the ladies who beautify their place, wrestle to vary issues, transcend the stereotypes that society has put into girls throughout that interval, who’re pioneers and encourage their fellow siblings. Christiane Fürst and Maja Poljak are among the many gamers I modeled in volleyball. Now that they are retired, I am struggling to grow to be a superb position mannequin like them.

You completed second within the European Championship, your subsequent desires and objectives?

My desires and objectives are at all times the identical; to win the championship in all of the lanes we compete in. Fenerbahce Opet Girls’s Volleyball Staff as this yr’s aim is to be champions once more within the CEV Champions League and Turkish League. And get a visa to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

SEYHAN ARMAN: 100 PERCENT REAL!

What is feasible to maintain up with the pace of Seyhan Arman! Both on stage or in entrance of the digicam, he continues to provide as an actor at any second. As quickly as probably the most lively defenders of LGBTIQ+ rights in Turkey, Seyhan’s perspective to the questions as quickly because it occurs to him is obvious: “I open up area in order that they’ll ask and be taught. Absolutely lots of them may be homophobic or transphobic, however they cannot be taught with out asking…”

Performing is for Seyhan, a narrative he plans to take a seat down and plan, not a profession. The extra he performs on stage, the extra he realizes that he is getting used to accepting issues, getting used to performing; After all, it isn’t that arduous for him to behave in on a regular basis life. “I understood that essentially the most once I was a clown. I had a personality known as “Clown Pompom,” and I spotted that once I was taking part in it, I used to be performing utterly myself. To not be male or feminine; Nor do I’ve to play different roles which can be placed on me, so I may be like me. Perhaps I did then, i do not know, however I would say I am in love with performing. Irrespective of how a lot I do not wish to act in actual life, I really like taking part in once I see two spectators.”

“Aaah ah a contact bin ah is heard,” seyhan says, when requested what the masculine atmosphere of the tv-film business has in direction of girls and LGBTI+’. We all know he has a combative id, and people attitudes is not going to shake him up… However you know the way these masculine identities will make you sick. “I have been a little bit extra out of the way in which proper now, and though it appears to have elevated consciousness, I have never taken a little bit bit on these units. I am not thought-about an additional, I am not lined by the 538th assistant with the query ‘Honey, do you may have expertise?’ and I requested the set crew if I requested for my quantity and requested if I had a charge for the rounds. Which one ought to I inform you?” he continues. “Fortuitously now trans gamers are extra seen, however the business at the least is aware of there are transgender gamers in the marketplace, performing accordingly. On the one hand, the lady’s hand, the lady’s soul could be very palpable. However he is nonetheless masculine, he is nonetheless lots of guys, he is nonetheless macho, he is nonetheless horse glasses.”

“The truth is, all of us play on this life at any second,” seyhan says. “More often than not we play even once we look within the mirror,” he says. The position of compassionate mom, greatest good friend position, hardworking workers position, auspicious son position… “My course of started to scale back the trauma of taking part in the position of ‘man’, which I used to be pressured to do,” he added. We talked in regards to the roles, drag queens, activism and new work on the agenda, not simply on stage but in addition in society.

Who’s Mademoiselle Coco; Is there a one-on-one equal in actual life?

No, i do not. There is a kind of cartoon that I think about to be, the place I put collectively one’s hair, the opposite’s hip, the opposite’s, and my favourite traits. Then again, Mademoiselle Coco, it is me. Or moderately, all my unequivalence, realism, indiscretion, the incarnation of my suggestions, which I file as a result of I’ve to behave as a woman. Mademoiselle Coco 100 % actual! Sure, it is ironic, and it is a language that may be thought-about sharp at instances, but it surely’s very accepted. Individuals who have by no means seen Coco in his life, who did not even know he was there on the time, settle for mademoiselle Coco within the first tune and give up themselves. Both they see it because the madman of the village, or it appears sympathetic in a world the place everybody pretends to be”.

Really, a technology is grumpy on television.



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