Originally published on Joanlobisbrown.com and published here with the photographer’s permission.
This awesome photo project highlights an underserved population: LGBTQIA+ youth, many of whom are homeless. Check out what they want to show the world, if only it would pay attention.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
To learn more about this topic, check out:
- Some Facts About Homelessness Among LGBTQ Youth
- 11 Ridiculous Questions We Need to Stop Asking Homeless People
Joan Lobis Brown is an award-winning, internationally exhibited photographer living in NYC. For her latest project, she is focusing on Baby Boomer Women (age 54-69) and how they are fighting the challenges of aging with courage, unique spirit and adventure. If you are an exceptional Baby Boomer Woman and want to participate, please email your contact information to [email protected]. Check out her website here and follow her on Twitter @.
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