Video: “10 Most” Spotlights Shari-Lynn Pringle

January 22, 2016

The “10 Most Fascinating People of Bermuda 2015″ series continues today with the fourth video release, featuring LGBTQ activist and social media maven Shari-Lynn Pringle.

Host Lisa Pickering introduces Ms. Pringle, a self-described pansexual, by saying, “Passionate, vocal, and a force to be reckoned with on social media, LGBTQ and human rights activist Shari Lynn Pringle consistently ranks in the top 15 of Bermuda’s Klout rankings.

“Shari Lynn’s quest for equality and community enlightenment is peppered with her own personal experiences as a daughter, a wife, a mother, and LGBTQ supporter.”

The video was produced by Lisa Pickering and Burnt House Productions and is sponsored by CellOne and the Bermuda Pharmacy Group, while Ms Pickering’s dress & accessories are by Atelerie.

We will continue to post their video releases here on Bernews over the coming days, and the “Most Fascinating Person of 2015″ will be revealed on Friday, January 29th. The entire program will be also be aired on CITV.

Bermuda has no shortage of interesting people, so if you want to suggest a candidate to Ms. Pickering for this year’s list, please feel free to email her at bermybios@gmail.com!

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  1. Quinton Berkley Butterfield says:

    Well done Shari!!!!

    • Pansexual, now thats fascinating.

      • Codfish and Grits says:

        Google was def my friend just now….Learn something new everyday.

        • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

          There is so much to learn within and without the LGBTQ+ community. Thank you for taking the time to discover another aspect to human sexuality. We are complex beings.

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      Thank you Quinton. And congratulations on your appointment to the Human Rights Commission. Great tings a gwan!

  2. N says:

    Alright family!!

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      Family should always come first. Ones sexual orientation shouldn’t exclude anyone from the dinner table. It won’t ever under my roof. Hugs!

  3. Nice says:

    Love Sherri-Lynn. Never personally met her but have much respect for someone who advocates respect to all….

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      Thank you Nice. Please introduce yourself as “Nice from Bernews” should we ever cross paths :)

  4. geebie says:

    Enjoyed the interview!!!
    Continue to inspire Ms. Pringle!!!

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      Thank you Geebie. I was afraid to watch and was pleasantly surprised myself.

  5. Cow Polly says:

    well deserved recognition Sherri-Lynn

  6. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    pansexual…what a load of bollocks!…

    • Mary says:

      Get over your holy self and Grow up

      • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

        Thank you Mary. I shall loose no sleep thinking that my sexual orientation is affecting his/her life.

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      You’d be surprised at how many loads of bollocks there are. We can only strive to attain your cowardly level of perfection.

  7. Pastor Syl says:

    ‘RAY! Good recognition and respect for someone I admire greatly, and who has been an inspiration to me on several fronts!

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      Thank you Pastor Sylvia. The respect is mutual. Thanks for being an exemplary ally to the LGBTQ community. I anticipate seeing you in one of these clips in the near future.

  8. Just Wondering says:

    Nice interview.

  9. Melanie Smith says:

    Excellent interview, Shari-Lynn! I’ve long admired you in print….it was a treat to hear you..
    . Congrats, by the way, being named one of the “10 Most Fascinating…”

  10. Takbir Karriem Sharrieff says:

    When one is praised for ‘coming out’and admired for their percieved ‘bravery’at what is considered taboo,incorrect,or succumbing to their weakness or passion for unacceptable behaviour in society whether it be love for drug dealing,gambling,sexual orientation,sodomy,same sex marriage or the like in society,then we should be prepared to applaud those persons who struggle against those urges and behaviors and be as forthright to support them as well.I personally like many others are against those behaviours and do not support them.Peace.