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Queerama @ De La Warr Pavilion: A co-presentation with Hastings Pride

Thrilled to be performing at this beautiful, contemporary Art Gallery on the sea-front at Bexhill-on-Sea in Sussex.

I’ll be performing a selection of poems before the screening of Daisy Asquith’s fantastic film “Queerama:  A century of Gay rights & Desires”

This is  a co-presentation with Hastings Pride.
Tickets at  £8/6.50  from here.

Non-Binary

NON-BINARY

 

Who are you to say to me?

“I know all about your sexuality”

Just because of things you’ve read

You think you can see inside my head

 

This attitude just makes me rage

I’m not just a statistic on a page

In your little box I do not fit

Binary sexuality? I don’t give a shit

 

Don’t you see? It’s much too tight

Society’s expectations just aren’t right

Let’s push the boundaries, make them wide

Then no one needs to feel frightened or hide

 

You want to know what’s real for me?

Being an individual, being free.

Choosing who and how I am

Exploring the spectrum of woman and man

 

I’d just like to say to you

That I’m the one who knows what’s true

The important thing is respect and caring

When heart and mind and body sharing

‘LOVE HAPPENS HERE’ London Pride theme poem 2017

Love happens here.

In family, L.G.B.T.

In our relationships far and near.

It’s the heart of us and we.

 

Love can be enough,

In sunshine or in showers.

When the going gets tough,

It’s Love that empowers.

 

Love is our Diversity,

It’s the best that we can be.

It’s the Talent and Creativity,

Within our Community.

 

Love is you and me.

We show it in a smile,

In our Endeavor and Tenacity,

In our ‘Fabulosa’ Style.

                   Yes, Love happens here.