GIRLS TOWN is one of the most famous women’s parties in Berlin, which takes place several times a year in different locations.
What does WOMEN’S PARTY mean? The ideas about it and the needs of our community have changed with the changing times. Therefore we describe our guests with the term FLINT*: Women, lesbians, inter, non-binary and trans* people. For all these people we are a shelter and above all a place where we celebrate female diversity.
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08.01.2022 / Gretchen Club
GIRLS TOWN is a shelter for women, lesbians, inter, non-binary and trans* people. We welcome homosexual, bi-sexual, pansexual and heterosexual women. Love is love!
In the past we have always tried to integrate men – as friends and companions of our guests. Sometimes it went wrong. Flirting attempts by CIS men towards our guests are not welcome at our party.
Gay men and friends of the queer community are welcome! But unfortunately we do not always see your sexuality and your intention. We therefore ask for your understanding that our trained door staff makes the final decision whether men are allowed to enter or not.
GIRLS TOWN usually takes place with two dance floors. One big floor is reserved for pop, charts and favorites. We call it music that makes everyone happy.
On the smaller floor is room for selected sound. Hip hop / Soul / RnB – watch out for our line up.
GIRLS TOWN exists since 2006 and we are damn proud of it. Kino International gave us the opportunity to create this women’s party. We celebrated seven years there and have incredible memories of that time.
In 2014 we moved to Kreuzberg to the Gretchen. Our cooperation with Straight Magazin is unforgettable. Thank you Felicia Mutterer & team for these great evenings at the Straight Box.
Today we want to continue to offer a shelter for FLINTs in Berlin’s nightlife. Lesbian and queer visibility in Berlin’s club culture is as important to us as the pleasure and freedom of our guests to simply have a good time.
Love is love.
Suse and Zoe
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