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- Aloha I am an intersectional feminist from Morocco, a modern day nomad and world citizen having lived in six different countries so far. Founder of the feminist youth-led movement and blog Politics4Her to break stereotypes, encourage women to grow more informed, and become active participants in civil society. A strong advocate for human rights particularly in topics related to migration and gender. Currently pursuing a master’s degree in Refugee Protection and Forced Migration. Passionate about digital communications, positive use of social media, youth & women empowerment.I am a vegan, ukulele addict, yogi, ocean lover, surfer & skater, adventure seeker, dream chaser, rainbow lover, and my biggest dream would be to sit on a cloud and be able to eat at the same time.
- Selamat datang! I’m a nonbinary notes nerd, writer, and storyteller who works in / around collective learning, meaning, and memory in Southeast Asia. You might have seen me typing away at a meeting in the day or reading tarot cards for feminists at night. I grew up with spirituality, science, the supernatural, and the internet— and maintain over 20 years of searchable journal entries and counting. My special interests include poetry, the Qur’an, and magical combos of queerness + autism.they/them
Region: Southeast Asia / Asia Pacific
- Bujrum | Welcome! I’m Azar Causevic (they/them) from Bosnia and Herzegovina. I want to honor all those before us who contributed making ourselves and our communities more resilient, compassionate and hopeful. I’m a queer feminist activist and one of the core team members of LGBTIQ+ association Okvir and Queer Archive project. I am passionate about queer spaces of love, memory, and resistance. I also do queer peer counseling. Besides that, I am an IT explorer, poetry and psychoanalysis lover.Random things about me: I believe in connections and that love heals. I also love to get lost and rediscover bits and pieces of myself in the sky, hugs, dreams, sound, text, emotion, art. My favorite colors are turquoise, gray, black and white. I have a dog called Zen, but he is zen in his own way, just as we are.
My blog with random photos, music, poetry and art: www.lernerblu.wordpress.com
- Hello! I'm an illustrator, graphic recorder and book designer from South Asia. I use art to participate in and contribute to social justice movements. I primarily work with organisations at the intersections of women's and LGBTQIA+ rights, digital rights, sexual and reproductive justice and environmental justice among other areas. I'm currently dreaming and drawing about mental health, fat liberation, queerness and community care. When I'm not at my desk, you'll likely find me on a lounge chair with my book and a heating pad. I'm known to have at least 25 tabs open at any given point of time. Some of my favourite things to eat are pizza, cheese, paneer butter masala and everything bread.
You can see some of my work on https://sonaksha.com/ and say hi on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sonaksha and Twitter https://twitter.com/sonakshaiyengar.
- I am a lesbian-feminist activist from Brazil. I work at the intersection of design, technology and art, collaborating with various collectives and Human Rights organizations in the Global South as a tech consultant, web developer, sysadmin, researcher, UX designer and digital security trainer. I am a co-founder of the feminist server Cl4ndestina (clandestina.io).I love going aimlessly with my bike through the city. I also love being close to the sea and swimming in the open sea.
Find me on Twitter: @stepaola
- In Swahili we say “Karibuni” to welcome people! So karibuni to my playlist!!! My name is DJ Viv from Kenya. I enjoy the stillness of nature, the love and solidarity of the feminist community that I’ve found across regions , Dido’s music…(Highly recommend) and can occasionally be found providing legal opinions on things. I have created this playlist for you all, with all my love and picked resources from different parts of Africa that I identify with in a way, that I have learnt from and that have fueled my feminist spirit to keep organizing. I hope we can talk about them, and I hope they inspire something in you too. Feel free in this space and WELCOME!!