I Need Your Help! - Queer PDX Fashion Project

Hello Lovelies,

I’m an artist living in Portland, OR and I’m trying to get a blog off the ground and figured I might try to connect with some of you through here, since I will stop blogging here (maybe not, we’ll see) and start this new one. 

So what is it about?
I want to find queer identified people in Portland and talk to you about your clothes. There are further questions that I can go into more detail about, but essentially I want to know the who, what, when, where, why, and how of your clothing in connection with normativity of clothing in our culture. (kind of complex and I probably didn’t explain it well)

So how do you fit in?
If you would like to participate, I would love to hear from you. In fact I wouldn’t even mind so much if you WERENT from Portland, but were interested in participating. It has elements of photography and interview based questions. You will receive the questions in advance, so no spontaneous questioning and definitely no grilling. 

What if I’m CIS/Heterosexual?
There are always exceptions and if you truly are interested, let me know. But there are factors to consider, so we’ll need to have a conversation.

Much Love,
WomenKickingAss 

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