I've met Magda on a hip hop class, when we were still kids. A space so extravagant and unusual for girls growing up in the Eastern European culture of early post-communism, patriarchy, catholicism and practicality.
Magda grew up in a small mining town dominated by male culture, right wing politics and patriarchy, where men worked in mines, or as policemen, and women looked after houses.
A landscape shaped by overwhelming economical struggles and violence.
In our early teenage years she shaved half of her head, dyed the other half and told me her dream
“one day, I'll be dancing for Justin Bieber videos and tours”
Magda and Daria met on instagram, and very soon, fell in love.
The lack of compromise in the way they chose to live their lives has always been to me an act of a great bravery