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In April 2021, several Ms. Mayhem reporters undertook an ambitious project. They wanted to learn how women were evolving the sport of fly fishing.
The team initially approached the project through three main lenses: gear, safety, and conservation and education. Since then, they’ve added a fourth focus examining the lack of visibility and representation for women of color and other marginalized groups. They spoke with company founders making equipment more accessible; heard women’s experiences of safety concerns on and off the water; and discovered how women are shaping conservation efforts.
Our reporters spent hours in the car traveling across Colorado, conducted interviews over Zoom, and even made it out to Chattanooga, Tennessee for a weekend to bring these valuable stories to you.
The project consists of four multimedia stories and five films.
LA-based designer Melanie Rose worked with Denver residents on her new Netflix show "How to Build a Sex Room," which premiered July 8.
The Great Resignation largely tipped the scales in workers' favor, and many in Colorado have seized the moment to begin unionizing.
As Blush & Blu and its owner are embroiled in an ongoing lawsuit, questions circulate around the role lesbian bars play in the LGBTQ+ community.
Sheila Klein and Masha Mikulinsky of Amuse-Bouche Productions are bringing disability and queerness to the stage for Denver Fringe Festival.
Sex educator and co-founder of Chrysalis House Shanae Adams wants to help other queer and trans BIPOC explore the world of kink.
Boulder Comedy Festival is returning for its second year, bringing laughs to a community that has been through the wringer.
Queerness and The Beatles collide in the multiverse show "Yesterday/Today," produced by 2 Lion Theatre Company.
Cynthia Gonzales is one of 15 incarcerated producers of "Inside Wire" broadcasting stories of prison.
Denver musician Jaiel drew inspiration for her new EP from fairytales, Afrofuturism and most importantly, the Black women in her life.
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