Tina Enghoff, Seven (I’m nothing)

Tina Enghoffs (danish photographer) work seven is based on women who comes to Denmark via marrige to seek citizenship. The “seven years rule”  means that they can be expelled if they are divorced within their first seven years of marriage. Tina visited several crisis centres for battered women around the country where these women gone after finally deciding not to stay in their violent marriages.

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About genderprovocation

It doesn’t matter who you are: a man or a woman, a child, an adult, a gay… We are all people and have to respect each other rights. And gender equality is also our right! Even if gender roles, models and behavior look like provocation sometimes. Here is the blog of creative people from Belarus and Sweden who have decided to show gender variety and say that every person has the right to choose hisher own role. The Belarusian Youth Public Union “New Faces” and The Swedish organizations “Cultural Clinic” and an agency The Swedish Institute have put the beginning of this blog.
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