Proudly Trans in  Turkey

Proudly Trans in Turkey

Portrait: Ebru Kırancı by Gabrielle Le Roux quote: “Hayatı seviyoruz, Bizi öldürmeyin” – “We love life, Dont kill us” Proudly Transgender in Turkey is a social justice project and cultural intervention designed by South African artist Gabrielle Le Roux. The…

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What makes African women’s art feminist? | MsAfropolitan It has been said that artistry in Africa is an intrinsic part of life rather than a commercial or careerist enterprise. I’d say that this notion is not only applicable to African…