United We Dance: ‘When Love Takes Over’ Flash Mob for Equal Rights
On Sunday I had the privilege of joining forces with Frances Worster aka Frankie Vandellous in helping organise ’When Love Takes Over’ a flash mob for equal rights. Rehearsing the choreography to the music of ‘When Love Takes Over’ David Guetta feat Kelly Rowland for about an hour, a small group of us who believed all citizens should be treated equal under governmental law took to Brisbane Square for our very first little flash mob. Each of us had our own hand-written slogans on white t-shirts, that brought awareness to the occupational injustices faced by LGBTI individuals on a regular basis, including apartheid, marginalisation, and alienation.
Check out the video below
I won’t lie, this was one of the most beautiful and fun things I have ever been a part of! Within just 24 hours of the video being uploaded we’re already reached 800 views and the number is swiftly climbing.
United We Dance will be holding performances in the near future, so if you’re in Brisbane be sure to join in the fun. This is just the beginning!