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Photo: Nicole Fischer
Christian Gersbacher
CHRISTIAN 
GERSBACHER
[he/him]
Foto: Nicole Fischer

Blogger, activist for LGBTQ* and human rights 

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Contact me:

General requests: info@99reasonswhy.com

Podcast: chris@99reasonswhy.com

Hey I'm Chris! 

 

My name is Christian Gersbacher. I am an activist and blogger for LGBTQ* and human rights.

 

I began my professional career at the age of 16 with an apprenticeship as a banker at an international bank. During my subsequent professional career I had to deal with new people every day and learned a lot about human behaviour and why we should not think in boxes, but in individuals.  

My decision: never stop exploring! I moved to Frankfurt am Main and began studying psychology at the Goethe University. 

 

My own experiences with social inequality sparked my interest in current political and social developments. In 2015, I joined the Junge Liberale (JuLis) and was a district chair and deputy chair for press and public relations on the district executive from 2016 to 2018. Today, I am committed to zero tolerance for impunity, the investigation of state crimes and human rights violations, among other things. 

 

My blog and podcast is a platform to give a voice to courageous people who are committed to LGBTQ*, human rights and democracy, to create awareness for experiences and to offer space for discussion and perspectives. I myself write about discrimination, LGBTQ* and human rights, based on facts and current studies. 

 

Together with more than 50,000 signatories, I am campaigning for Germany to become a safer place for queer people and for hatred and violence against LGBTQ* people to be better combated and educated with my petition "Deine Stimme gegen Hass" under the motto "Queers gegen Gewalt" (Queers against Hate). 

 

You want to support the project 99reasonswhy.de?

Official PayPal donation page.

 

Last but not least: 

,, Never give up on raising your voiceOften our story is also the stories of hundreds and thousands of people out there." 

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