So this story has hit Singapore shores today. Kudos to those who spotted it first! Guess it’s time for me to share it myself 🙂
I’m so happy and honoured to be part of this photography project with a message, but more so, part of a movement. This is the crossroads where art and social impact intersect, and I couldn’t be luckier to be able to play a role. It is everything that I want to do with art – sending a positive message out to the world, which people can interpret in their own way, hopefully in a good way. And I’m happy that so far I’ve received nothing but positive (or entertaining) responses!
For those who aren’t intending to read the actual article(s), just take away one idea: that female sexuality is not a taboo thing, or something on TV that’s supposed to be ‘sexy’. It’s something ladies should learn about on their own terms, and not be afraid to talk about.
With the recent #metoo phenomenon, too, this story couldn’t have gone viral at a better time.
Anyway, enough words. It is my greatest honour to have worked with the amazing photographer Marcos Alberti on this project. I hope to always be able to create positive, empowering art that has an impact on people.