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Anjo Agbay

Content Writer, Girl Power Talk Anjo Agbay is a content writing intern at Girl Power Talk, an organization that empowers young individuals to become efficient leaders and communicators. Currently in his second year as an education major student, Anjo actively participates and volunteers in nonprofit organizations that promote and advocate for genuine access to quality education, STEM communication, and gender equality & LGBTQ+ rights.

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Living as a Queer Person in Southeast Asia During High School Girl Power Talk

Living as a Queer Person in Southeast Asia During High School

Living as a Queer Person Attend a Pride Event Read More Queer Literature Practice Makeup Know More About Gay Pop Culture and History Experience Healthy Romance as Freely as Heterosexuals Do Don't Feel Pressured to Come Out Don't Feel Bad Because of Religion Live a Normal Life (If That's What You Want) As a queer person, I grew up in a conservative society where LGBTQIA+ people don’t feel safe to be as outspoken and proud as they should be. We …

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Bringing Equality in Business: Manpriya and Navneet’s Story of Empowerment

Envisioning a Free World Inspiration to Start Caked Challenges of Being Entrepreneurs Hopes for the Future Our vision is to facilitate a world where women and LGBTQ+ people can be themselves. That is why we decided to start our own business, Caked India. We envisioned a business where we could employ women and members of the LGBTQ+ community and then train and empower them to become entrepreneurs and financially independent. “Everybody deserves to feel free.” Our love story encapsulates our complementary life …

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Putting the ‘Me’ and Social Media: A Lesbian Creator’s Experience – Prarthana

My Journey With Social Media My Inspirations and Passions Overcoming Barriers Advice to Youth Prarthana shares her story of accepting herself and spreading the love of inclusion through social media with Girl Power Talk. Could You Share a Little About Yourself, Your Passions, and Your Advocacies With Us? I’m Prarthana. I share my experiences as an Indian lesbian on internet platforms and social media. I make videos, write stuff down, and crack a lot of jokes about everything that feels …

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The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

The Millennial Perspective on Gender-Fluid Organizations

Understanding Gender Inclusive Organizations Evolving Preferences Among Millennials Increasing Representation Today Implementing Gender-Fluid Practices The gender and sexuality narrative around the globe is undergoing a massive transition. Today, more and more millennials are coming forward with a strong desire to be seen, heard, and appreciated for who they are. Identity and representation have taken on a more profound meaning. Though monumental, this shift is not sudden. With increasing awareness over the past few decades and numerous platforms available to voice …

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John Livesay: The Story of the Storyteller

About John Livesay Journey as an Entrepreneur Advice to Youth John Livesay shares with Girl Power Talk the story of how he cultivated the art of storytelling and public speaking.  I was born in 1958 and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. My parents were very focused on the value of education. My dad greatly valued friendships and my mom was a firm believer in “You can do anything you want to do if you just set your mind …

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Debunking Heteronormativity: Dr. Varuna Srinivasan – Educator, Sexologist and Gender Justice Activist

About Varuna Srinivasan Journey to Acceptance  “I found happiness when I accepted myself.” I don’t consider myself an influencer, but rather an educator. It is my way of giving back to society & paying it forward. I am fortunate to have resources that can be used to help people & change lives for the better. I make a point to always share my personal journey or perspective in tandem with the facts to be more relatable to people. When my …

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