I have had the honor of creating workshops and developing projects for internationally award wining director Vivienne Li, BIWOC* Rising, GLADT e.V., Feminist Film Organizations, Deutsche Welle Akademie, Engagement Global GmbH: Glen ReNew, Women* Writing Berlin Lab, Disobedient Circumstances Fem DJ Collective, Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Colectivo Janainas, Saddleback College, Cerritos College and California State University San Marcos.
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A WWBL collaborative Project and Publication with director Viv Li of Two Mountains Weighing Down My Chest
Our relationship with our breasts can be complicated. From maturity to maternity, to liberation and repression, women’s bodies and the portrayal of breasts have been everything from beautiful high art to rampant sexualized fetishization. For some, it’s a representation of femininity and growing into adulthood. For others, it’s a reminder of your gender and imposed sexualization. Culturally, some are told to cover up, or the bigger the better, or to tape them down. Some of us hate our breasts or love them. Some of us don’t want any or are waiting for the appointment. But all of us have had to come to terms with them in one way or another. Or maybe we haven’t. That’s exactly what this publication is about. The complicated overlapping and complexities of breasts on our identity and journey.