‘Too Much of a Person’ is a project chronicling the experiences of self-identifying women and non-binary people being told they were "too much" of something (nice, loud, sensitive, aggressive etc.) to dismiss or conform them to the current perception of how a woman should be.
Your too much could be your power. Let’s reclaim that, take up space together and be whatever we want.
Welcome to the home of the online gallery of this multi-media exhibition which will launch early 2019. You will be able to listen to the powers and waves these extraordinary people are making in the world, and know that you are not alone.
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They said I was:Too muchToo intenseA stormToo independentToo sensitive
I'm just too much of a person
Coming soon in 2019...
We are currently editing the interviews and portraits of 100 womxn and non-binary people. They’re raw and articulate and beautiful and well worth the wait. Watch this space.
showing the 3 most recent blog posts :archive:
"The point is not for women simply to take power out of men’s hands, since that wouldn’t change anything about the world....
Last week, we hosted our first Too Much of a Person fundraiser in the form of a Story Slam. It was a magical evening of...
Dearest Sunaina, It’s me. Well actually, it’s just you, but from the future. You’ll be delighted to know that you’ve made it to the final...
Watch this space...
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Share your story. Own your power. Let's make waves together.
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