Zarra Bonheur is a transnational collective variable geometry project that develops research and performances on gender, public spaces and dissident sexualities. Founded in 2014 by Rachele Borghi (Associate Professor in Geography of sexuality, Université Paris-Sorbonne), the project mixes art and activism by connecting its actions with local contexts, envolving people and creating collaborations both stable and fleeting. Zarra loves the format of the workshop as participatory art. Sharing the scene is powerful: Zarra Bonheur has many voices, many bodies. We all are Zarra Bonheur.