Self-published author EeJay Enekwa: “If my project didn’t resonate with certain agents, all that meant was that it was as unique as I thought it was.”
During Copenhagen Pride Week back in August, we followed Brynhildr as she introduced us to the faces and voices of those who live for queer liberation 365 days a year; the awesome women and femmes of the queer community here in Copenhagen. In this article, we’ve talked to Bryn about how we can educate ourselves further.
We spoke with Copenhagen-based nonprofit LivaCreation, which makes amazing upcycled products that help women and marginalized people recovering from abuse. Learn a bit about their important work and how they got their start!
"There is no 'normal' - There is no normal hair, normal skin tone, normal cup sizes or body types, normal backgrounds - and JEDI for me it as much about diversifying normal, challenging our bias on what normal is." - Thandi Allin Dyani
Shows like Flack, Good Girls and Workin' Moms all depict women living authentic, messy lives and doesn’t judge them for it. It's a new dawn of shows representing women honestly, but without it being gimmicky and exploitative - the woman antihero has arrived!
We've got the first music video off Turunesh's new album, and more about the many raw and volatile natures of a first love, the first times, and the first dances that went into the Tanzanian and Ethiopian singer-songwriter's newest offering.
With Indigenous women front and center, filmmaker Alex Sallee's short film "Who We Are" is a powerful portrait of the ties between generations past, present and future.
"We believe it's that combination of the digital and the physical that can create real transformation."
The new series premiers today, and hopefully in a producer role, Monica Lewinsky can finally see her version of events dramatized in a way that will reframe a nation's misconceptions about what happened to a young intern, especially in a post #MeToo world.
Are you ready to be part of the change for a more just, inclusive and diverse future? Get yourself registered for EDB Week here!
Co-founder Nick Bridge shares the behind-the-scenes journey from skating in New Zealand to working to increase women's representation