In this podcast episode we dive into stories about queer life in the Danish capital. Stories that are not just about society’s views of love and of those who are different, but which also give some insight into how being different, in time has become recognised as a source of strength. An identity to be proud of and to share.
This episode is produced by the Museum of Copenhagen in connection with Copenhagen 2021 - World Pride & Euro Games and is part of the Danish podcast "København i 1000 år" (Copenhagen through 1000 years).
Host and production: Simon Brun Andersen, content: curator and ethnologist Inger Wiene.
English speak: Sybille Brun and Kevin Declan Doyle.
Music: Miccel Mohr.
Visit the Museum of Copenhagen’s home page on www.copenhagen.dk
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