The Pansy Project on BBC News Website!

A very busy week at The Pansy Project HQ! A mention on the BBC News website has led to a massive spike in interest, as I embark on a possibly ambitious mission to plant 100 individual pansies over the next few months at different locations across London. I'm beginning to amass quite a few locations across the city and as the weather improves you will start seeing pansies popping up. If you'd like to have a pansy planted at a location in London where you have experienced homophobic abuse, leave a comment on this post, Tweet me, or 'Like' the page on Facebook! Simply tell me where you experienced the abuse and what was said so I can entitle the picture I take! Also help me gather more locations by sharing the 'poster' above through your own social networks.



In other news The Pansy Project travels to Brussels in May, a specific 'The Pansy Project - Brussels' Facebook page has been set up in order for people to leave locations in Brussels to be planted at a special event taking place on May 17th. For more information click here and see the on-line brochure below.

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  1. Hi Paul,

    Best of luck in this great project, I look forward to seeing some of them around London this year, though in an ideal world we wouldn't be seeing any at all, if you know what I mean!

    A suggestion for a location is out the front of Kings Cross station (good luck finding some grass there!) with the name "Batty Boys".

    Cheers, Adam

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    1. Anonymous6:33 PM

      Hi Paul'
      What a fab idea, you are right it does have a sense of humour.Just seen you on London Tonight.
      Pansys are beautiful,Haters are ugly.
      Keep up the good work,
      Lorna x

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  2. Thanks Lorna for your comments.

    Adam! I planted your pansy yesterday, it was an interesting one as I was asked to remove it by someone from the council, but was later told by another employee to leave it as they recognised The Pansy Project. So it is there, the closest location of soil I could find was over the road. I'll be sharing the picture soon, as it might be the image that's included in the exhibition above so it's embargoed until then. But will be sure to post here when it's ready to be seen on the website and other streams.

    Thanks for your support and the location.

    All the best Paul

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