Alim Kheraj is a freelance writer and editor from London, whose work has focused on the intersection of queerness and popular culture. His writing has appeared in The Guardian, GQ, the i, The Observer, i-D, Vice, Gay Times, and Time Out. His first book, Queer London, is a guide to LGBTQ+ London past and present is available now.
His word of the day is EUPHORIA.
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#AnthemsPride is a collection of 30 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional LGBTQIA+ contributors and allies. It was created, sound designed and executive produced by Hana Walker-Brown with producers Bea Duncan, Jaja Muhammad and production assistant Rory Boyle. The artwork is by Mars West.
“Anthems” is a collection of 31 original manifestos, speeches, stories, poems and rallying cries written and voiced by exceptional women, that celebrate and contemplate what it means to be a woman. Our beauty, our failures, our rich heritage, our rage and our power. This series brings together women from all works and walks of life from Booker Prize winner Bernadine Everisto to Vice Editor Zing Tsjeng, Syrian Poet and Activist Lisa Luxx to Chef Ruby Tandoh, the Women of The Receipts Podcast plus 24 more powerful voices. Proving that there is more that binds us together than sets us apart.