Shekhinah on having fun and being unapologetically feminine as the festive season approaches

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Shekhinah. (Photo by Oupa Bopape/Gallo Images via Getty Images)
Shekhinah. (Photo by Oupa Bopape/Gallo Images via Getty Images)

We're only just crawling out of winter but those who are looking ahead see the summer nearing. Working in the music industry, musician and festival curator Shekhinah sees the festive season on the horizon and expresses how invested she is in women being able to experience enjoyment without inhibition.

The pandemic, over a year later, is still brutal and relentless but we hope the vaccine rollouts with allow us to soon enjoy live entertainment where it is safe to do so. As Shekhinah, tells me, performing with restrictions, while necessary, has been "weird".

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