BIC Cristal for Her Ball Pen, 1.0 mm
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This is great. I’ve been collecting theses weird old paintings for a few years now. I love them. I don’t have this one though Miss Wong ‘The Chinese Girl’ (often popularly known as The Green Lady) is a 1950 painting by the Russian artist Vladimir Tretchikoff (1913-2006). I’ve managed to get two of his other paintings and I LOVE them! I have ‘Balinese Girl’ she’s beautiful but kinda damaged. But I’ve got ‘Lady from Orient’ its huge and I managed to get it for just £25 off some young kid in this junk shop. I remember carrying it home down the road like id just found the crown jewels! It’s ace. I fucking love a bargain. I’ve just realised how boring this post sounds… Quick dont leave, I’m getting my dick out!
I’m REALLY curious as to why you’re collecting Orientalist paintings that were made to and continue to perpetuate sexist and Western-centric views that commodify Asian women as objects, as sexual or sexualized playthings for white men, rather than people.
Jerry Blossom, for my new series, Model Minority, which explores and complicates intersections of colonialism, privilege, standards of beauty, westernization, and the performativity of race and gender, specifically from a Filipino American immigrant perspective.
Leah Goren, 2011
Collection of 36” x 36” silk charmeuse scarves
Taking a break to congratulate my friend, Leah Goren, and her amazing thesis collection.
Check it out here, and make sure to visit her awesome Etsy store for more goodies.
There are currently only 2,000 abortion-providers in the US. This is highly disproportionate to the number of women who may choose to abort for any of the myriad reasons.
Being Pro-choice does not mean Pro-Abortion, but the giving women the option to choose what to do with their own bodies.
Here’s an interesting (and surprisingly lighthearted) interview with a nurse practitioner in training to provide abortions to those who choose so. It helps to put a human face towards this controversial topic.