Viktoria Sulyok

2022 IVLP Impact Award Project: Asexual Invisibility in the FamilyHungary

Viktoria Sulyok is a founder and board member of the Hungarian Asexual Community. Viktoria identifies as aromantic asexual which led her to activism in this community. Viktoria's strives to fight misconceptions and inform people on asexuality and aromanticism.  Viktoria works with journalists by writing and giving interview about asexuality and aromanticism. Viktoria was the first asexual activist in Hungary to appear in major newspapers. Currently, Viktoria is a volunteer of the Living Library in Schools project and the Getting to Know LGBT People program. 

IVLP Impact Award Project: Asexual Invisibility in the Family

The project held interactive workshops on asexuality in three Hungarian cities. The mission of this project was to spread information about asexuality and create a safe space for those who identify as asexual. This project worked towards normalizing asexuality in Hungary.

IVLP Exchange Experience

Viktoria was a participant in the IVLP Project LGBTQI+ Civil Society Organizations Operating in Challenging Environment, organized by the U.S. Department of State and Meridian International Center.

Viktoria's exchange experience led to the development of her IVLP Impact Award Project: "[The IVLP was a] great experience with nice, open and interesting people who I have learned a lot from."

U.S. Communities Visited Virtually

San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC; New York City, NY; Rapid City, SD

Country: Hungary

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