When you have a small child you often take long aimless walks around your neighborhood (and maybe even when you don’t have a small child in your life). For me, these walks are a great time to soak up the little neighborhood nuances that shape the place we call home.

Lately, I have been noticing some new street art popping up in Nørrebro. “Queer Power” is appearing on benches and walls, written in colorful plastic and combined with the historical symbol of LGBTQ struggle, the pink triangle. These color pops of queer protest are making springtime in Copenhagen that much brighter.


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