This research work deals with the gendered production of abject beings of different sexuality from the dominant, the social production of the space that produces exclusions, and based on these theoretical analytical tools , we examine applied examples. First, we investigate the ways in which the gendered subject is produced by comparing theories(of gender studies). We, then, attempt to connect the gendarmel recording on our bodies, by registering it on the ground as a component of socially produced matter. Through this connection, we are going to a brief study on the social production of space and the spatial formation of the power relations, and ultimately the margin.
The second part focuses on the spatial condition of Athens and the way the identities of otherness exist and are active within it. Through a spatial footprint, examples of practices of reclaiming the "stolen" public space are given, but also the Athens LGBT community and its recent past are outlined. Examples of room typologies such as public urinals and private spaces are listed. At the same time, areas where cruising is traditionally made like Zappio and Limanakia are further analyzed based on concepts such as profanation, heterotopia, pollution as defined by Agamben, Foucault and Douglas. Finally, examples of non-physical sites that define areas of exclusion of heteronormative sovereignty and a coherent link of the LGBT community are given, at the same time as the example of visual recognition - collusion between gay people, but also the verbal example of kaliarda, a practice that worked in addition to the fixed cruising points for mutual recognition and meeting between people.
In conclusion, the question arises of the gendered public space, where even referring to tactics that break the dominant condition, we observe that it is basically male-dominated, while feminine subjects (cis and trans women) are confined to clearly defined spaces. Finally, instead of systematically studying these tactics and resistance sites, it is suggested that they be revised as a means of creating a different visual / memory of the city.