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Beautiful People: Kanya Sesser, Skater, Surfer, Model

Kanya Sesser is a skater, surfer, activist, motivational speaker, and model. Born without legs in Thailand, Sesser was found on the steps of a Buddhist temple at just three weeks old. You’ll rarely find her using a wheelchair to get around—instead she uses her skateboard.

Meet The People: Hanna Hillier, Photographer

As a creative, Hanna Hillier is extraordinarily self-sufficient, producing beautiful work without the need for another human in the room. But when there are others in the room, her calm, positive energy ricochets from person to person.

Perspective, Community, and Renga

Renga is a Japanese form of collaborative poetry, and what better way to get multiple perspectives into one piece than with a collab? Our community worked together on this to make something special by leaving comments with their contributions on Instagram. We edited those lines together into one cohesive poem. 

Pride Is

In celebration of Pride, we asked our team and community what Pride means to them.

What's Reflecting Back in the Media Mirror?

We asked our team: what piece of work, whether literature or TV/film got closest to mirroring who you are in terms of outward identity or inner emotion? Here are media recommendations to help you get to know part of the YTTP family a little bit better.

Meet The People: Caleb Boyles, Artist + Pride Collaborator

"I am a gay Southern illustrator currently living in Los Angeles, California. It can be hard to find yourself when growing up somewhere that does not have the same values in life as you; I hope to inspire other queer people living in small rural towns to feel as if they can achieve their goals and be themselves."

Collective Memory: Gavin Grimm Wins in Federal Court

Part of celebrating Pride is remembering the progress that’s been made. Here are the collective memories of Caleb Boyles, River Gallo, and Eva Reign—each of whom collaborated with Youth To The People for our With Pride campaign—around Gavin Grimm’s historic victory when he won the right to use his correct bathroom.

We Are All Flowers, We All Drink from the Sun

In designing this artwork, I wanted to pay homage to the incredibly beautiful Ukiyo-e, a genre of Japanese art in the 17th to 19th centuries that translates to “pictures of the floating world.” Happy Pride.