What We Owe to Each Other

Photo by Wikipedia Commons By Lærke Vinter Christiansen The LGBTI+ community has a very long history, as old as time itself. This history is beautiful, somber, and more often than not, forgotten. Forgotten by a heteronormative society that was always there right next to us, ready to will us out of existence. At first, they[…]

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She is absolute

Photo by Sarah NoregaardBy Paulie Amanita “De mi tierra bella, de mi tierra santaOigo ese grito de los tamboresY los timbales al cumbancharY ese pregón que canta un hermanoQue de su tierra vive lejanoY que el recuerdo le hace llorarUna canción que vive entonandoDe su dolor de su propio llantoY se le escucha penar(…)” Gloria[…]

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Self-exclusion and other illusions

A personal essay by Nicklas Collier Trigger warning: This article mentions hate crimes and violence against minorities. I have always envied my classmates and fellow students. We all remember when the always positive and uplifting teacher asked where we would end up when we got our diploma. It started a wave of buzzing thoughts that[…]

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Stop the hate now!

The legacy of Live and Let Live By Mariya Alfa Staugaard In the summer of 2020, a young man was walking down the street in the city center of Copenhagen when a stranger decided to film himself yelling at him, subsequently uploading the clip to Instagram. What made the video amusing in the eyes of[…]

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Copenhagen 2021 wins Danish Rainbow Award

This article originally appeared on Copenhagen 2021’s website. Copenhagen 2021 WorldPride and EuroGames has been recognised by the Danish Rainbow Awards with n honorary prize awarded by the judges. In a sparkling ceremony at the iconic Cirkusbygningen in Copenhagen, more than 30 members of the Copenhagen 2021 team were present to learn that the judges[…]

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Editorial: Welcome to the inclusion edition!

Photo by Solbjørgh Hansen For the fifth time, we have the pleasure of welcoming you to HeartCore – The Official Copenhagen Pride magazine. We have moved through a winter of isolation and distance, into a spring filled with uncertainty, finally to arrive in the summertime and the Pride season with renewed hope for the future.[…]

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Queer experiences of sex education

By Nicholas Chisha The purpose of this article is to highlight the challenges that LGBTI+ persons encounter as they develop through childhood, adolescence, and adulthood and develop an identity in a society that is not programmed for the development and sexual maturity of non-heterosexual humans. From the African plains to the English hills, to the[…]

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