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I usually don’t reblog stuff like this because this is my art blog but this hit close to home and reminded me of so many conversations that made me feel like garbage.
It always makes me see red when I see lesbians (and gay men) treating bisexuals this way. I don’t think I can even type too much more without quickly reaching a point where I just smash my head into the keyboard.
Five new mofs for sale!
I thought batch processing dolls the same colour would make my life easier but it just seems I get too carried away with possibilities! So many colours and patterns to choose from… How can I limit myself.
Mofs have resin heads, hands and feet and are hand painted, hand sewn and hand… made! They are squashy and cute and definitely limited edition. You can see them and some of their brethren in my Etsy shop
Species in a bottle prompt for Kyteling (#51) - hope I didn’t interpret this one too literally!
Species: Butterfly Koi
Founder 1: Kumonryu/black, white, silver
Founder 2: Ink Blossom/black, cream, red
For the last three decades many Americans have puzzled over a system that gives an R to a movie in which a women is carved up by a chainsaw and an NC-17 to one that shows a woman sexually pleasured. From such ratings one might conclude that sexual violence against women is OK for American teenagers to see, but that they must be 18 to see consensual sex. What message does this send to the kids the MPAA presumably means to protect?
“You have to question a cinematic culture which preaches artistic expression, and yet would support a decision that is clearly a product of a patriarchy-dominant society, which tries to control how women are depicted on screen. The MPAA is okay supporting scenes that portray women in scenarios of sexual torture and violence for entertainment purposes, but they are trying to force us to look away from a scene that shows a woman in a sexual scenario which is both complicit and complex. It’s misogynistic in nature to try and control a woman’s sexual presentation of self. I consider this an issue that is bigger than this film.”
-Ryan Gosling on the controversy around the rating of his film ‘Blue Valentine’