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Ballroom culture originated in the 1980s in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, created by marginalized LGBTQ individuals, specifically black and Latinx gay and transgender men and women. In a society that often excluded LGBTQ communities, they decided to create their own safe space where they could express their true selves. Ballroom provided them with a loving and secure environment to showcase their inner beauty and authenticity.
Dancer KenKen Elle founded Voguing Hong Kong, dedicated to promoting local Vogue dance and Ballroom culture. Through Voguing, they aim to help more people embrace their true selves, unleash their individuality, and regain personal confidence and charm. KenKen Elle once shared, "The beauty of diversity s...
June, the Pride Month, resonates internationally as a symbol of love and freedom. Brands and every nook and cranny are adorned with rainbow flags, representing gender equality, creating a vibrant atmosphere.
Yet, Hong Kong seems to fade into insignificance.
The LGBTQ+ community, a vibrant tapestry woven with the threads of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender individuals, and queers/questioning individuals, has been an ever-evolving force. As time dances forward, its composition expands gracefully to include intersex individuals, asexual souls, pansexual beings, and the resilient "+" symbol, eternally embracing all who seek belonging.
The history and origins of Pride Month gleam like a treasure trove, effortlessly discovered within the digital labyrinth of knowledg...