Majority weeds out minorities. From my own sexuality, I sometimes visit a community of people called LGBTQ. There I was skeptical when I encountered a scene where so-called sexual minorities were weeding out minorities in the community. A person who has been discriminated against and insisted on his sexuality has oppressed the minority at that time when he turned into a majority. I myself am bisexual and wondered if it could be a bridge between people with different sexualities, so I decided to leave them in the picture. The relationship between minority and majority is sensitive to the surrounding environment and is therefore always mobile. I want to claim that all sexuality is of equal value.
Born in Osaka in 1997 and based in Osaka, Kaede Nishimura is a graduate of the Photo Fine Department of the Japan Institute of Photography and Film.
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