Other events related to the WWDOGA

Wed, May 3, 7 pm, Munich PATHOS Theater Opening „Parcours of Genital Autonomy“

Among the now total of over 80 supporting organizations and associations of WWDOGA from all over the world is PATHOS Munich since 2022. As this year's focus topic is "Genital Self-Determination in Art", there will be a 7-part parcours on the grounds in Dachauerstraße from May 1 to 31, where you can inform yourself about the history and present of the international day of action via smartphone with QR codes. The course can be received at any time without registration on one's own, completely or in excerpts. A ceremonial opening with a guided tour of the parcours followed by a drink will take place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3. Meeting point is from 18:45 in front of the entrance of the PATHOS. Admission is free.

Wed, May 3, 15:30 +0300, Helsinki University: Genital autonomy – children’s right to bodily self-determination


  • Suvianna Hakalehto, University of Eastern Finland, Professor of Children's Rights: "Non-medical male circumcision - what about children's rights?"
  • Brian Earp, Senior Research Fellow in Moral Psychology, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford: "Child Genital Modification: Recent Developments in Medical Ethics and Law"
  • Lena Nyhus, chairperson, Intact Denmark
  • Dr. Jonas Blixt, Assistant Chief Physician at Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

Helsinki University, Main Building, U3032, Unioninkatu 34, Helsinki

Thu, May 4, 3-5 p.m., Vienna: Clit-Walk & Clit Talks

A gentle, protective 3 meter high, velvet clit struts, stimulates attention, curiosity and reflection.
The Aktion Regen team informs about the 'unknown organ clitoris', educational knowledge and the fight against FGM (Female Genital Mutilation).
Social and sex educator, artist and women's rights activist Angela Priester transforms into the persona cLiTzern.

An action for education, awareness raising and against gender-based violence.