Kiss my Genders

Kiss My Genders is a group exhibition celebrating more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender identity. The exhibition has received multiple five-star reviews, including one from The Guardian praising that ‘it touches, in profound ways, on what it is to be human’. Dubbed an ‘enthralling exhibition with a crucial sense of activism’ by the Evening Standard, Kiss My Genders is a ‘trailblazing show’ (The Telegraph) of ‘dazzling works’ (Metro). Spanning the past 50 years, Kiss My Genders brings together over 100 artworks by artists from around the world who employ a wide range of approaches … Continue reading Kiss my Genders

Thank you P!nk

Last year I made a promise to myself. I am gonna be brave and I will do a bunch of things that scare me, but which are also going to help me and my life, moving forward. Since then, I went to see Michelle Obama and I learnt that the phrase I was looking for is: ‘I needed to Michelle up’. So, I moved to another country, I met and talked to one of my idols and I became a Human Rights Speaker. And let me tell you, that the hardest part was, teaching my first class. It was one … Continue reading Thank you P!nk

I wish that girls embrace their power

I’m grateful if I kept one girl from feeling different or ugly or un-empowered. I wish that girls embrace their power and their worth and their value in their youth and not sell it or barter it away for anything and then have to buy it back later in life. I wish for women to stop apologising for those very things that make us women. I wish to be remembered for my humour and my passion and above all, my ability to go from angel to asshole in 3.5 seconds but always for something I truly believe in. I will … Continue reading I wish that girls embrace their power

“Stay afraid but do it anyway.”

So today I’ve done one of the scariest things I’ve ever done in my life… I went to a primary school with a fellow Human Rights Speaker and we taught 6 classes on refugees and Human Rights. It was a very scary thought to stand in front of 30 young people (aged 5-11) & teach them in a language that’s not my native. Mentally it was a challenging task to prepare but as Carrie Fisher once said;  “Stay afraid but do it anyway.” And I’m so happy that I did. I’m very grateful for the school, for inviting us & for … Continue reading “Stay afraid but do it anyway.”

I’m Gay – Eugene Lee Yang

Eugene Lee Yang (born January 18, 1986) is an American filmmaker, actor, and internet celebrity, best known for his work with BuzzFeed (2013–2018) and The Try Guys (2014–present). As a YouTuber, his videos have been viewed collectively more than 2 billion times. I created this music video as my personal way of coming out as a proud gay man who has many unheard, specific stories to tell. I withheld because of fear and shame shaped by my background but I promise to give my full truth in the rest of my life’s work. Eugene’s Twitter Feed This video is visually … Continue reading I’m Gay – Eugene Lee Yang