Copenhagen Pride Week 2020; Celebrate diversity and inclusion
During my upbringing and my education I have felt like an outsider. One who stands apart, separated from the others and deselected in many contexts.
Getting older, I found my place in life and understood you got to stand up for yourself and don’t let anyone push you around – and now I feel loved, valued, respected and truly accepted for who I am.
Maybe that’s why I’m open-hearted for all those who do not fit in everywhere because they are different from others, whether by sexual orientation, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, skin color, caste or other grounds.
All this, I had in mind when I designed the Yin Yang sign with an extra rainbow colored figure.
There is no greater feeling than being accepted for who we are – Naja Munthe