Kim Windvogel is a Human Rights Defender and graduate from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Kim is the co-founder of FemmeProjects, an organisation that focuses on Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights. Kim has great interest in policy influencing and
implementation in South Africa. Kim is a member of the Sexual & Reproductive Justice Coalition and an admin of Abortion Support South Africa (ASSA). In their free time, Kim writes poetry for queer people under the pseudonym Blazing non-binary and has released 2 anthologies: Resist The Paradox of Love and other Societal Disorders and Closet Conversations | a cause for chaos |. In 2018 they were part of the first cohort of fellows for the Outright Action International ‘s United Nation’s-programme. Projects for 2019 include the compilation and publication of a book of essays from Queer South Africans with Kwela Book Publishers entitled They Called Me Queer, creating
supplementary resource tool-kits and workshops for Comprehensive Sexual Education in schools with FemmeProjects and coordinating the Global LBQ* Conference in Cape Town, South Africa. Kim was named one of South Africa’s top 40 under 30 creative people to watch by Between 10 and 5 in 2018 and one of Mail & Guardian’s top 200 young people in 2019.