“Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.”

–Bertrand Russell

Where everyone in this present day builds their own version of a sustainable form of life, Bertrand Russell builds an insatiable image of himself within our minds where he explores a discourse of human behaviour in which he recognises that eccentricity sets the stage for success and also soon becomes acceptable and adaptable within the minds of everyone around them. People are what they make themselves, also what they make of themselves. People such as Junaid Jamshed, Qandeel Baloch or social activist, Kami Sid, who is known for working endlessly for Pakistan’s transgender community and has recently made her debut in the fashion world, are amongst those who have employed their arts as a form of expression and are able to change the way people think and feel through their eccentric and indomitable natures. We just have to be brave enough to accept them.