lucilleintheskywithdragqueens:

I accidentally cut my leg during the making of this. 

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a-q-u-a-t-u-r-t-l-e:

Everyone should give a second of there time to reblog this. Instead of reblog girls in crops tops. Just shows raw love.

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becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
In her own words:

“I think when we talk about street harassment we’re talking about a type of power and privilege that’s being exerted over women in public spaces. And whenever we talk about any type of oppression or privilege, there’s always the other types of oppression or privilege that come in to play. That includes race, sexuality, class, gender, etc. How do queer women experience street harassment, how do trans women experience it? As the project is growing, this is all stuff that I’m trying to be more aware of and articulate in the work." -Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Learn more about the artist and their work through the following resources:
Tatayana Fazlalizadeh’s website and Twitter
Stop Telling Women to Smile’s website
“Hey Stranger, Stop Telling Me To Smile” An Interview with Tatyana Fazlalizadeh via The Daily Beast
WATCH: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh on Street Harassment via The Guardian
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
In her own words:

“I think when we talk about street harassment we’re talking about a type of power and privilege that’s being exerted over women in public spaces. And whenever we talk about any type of oppression or privilege, there’s always the other types of oppression or privilege that come in to play. That includes race, sexuality, class, gender, etc. How do queer women experience street harassment, how do trans women experience it? As the project is growing, this is all stuff that I’m trying to be more aware of and articulate in the work." -Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Learn more about the artist and their work through the following resources:
Tatayana Fazlalizadeh’s website and Twitter
Stop Telling Women to Smile’s website
“Hey Stranger, Stop Telling Me To Smile” An Interview with Tatyana Fazlalizadeh via The Daily Beast
WATCH: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh on Street Harassment via The Guardian
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
In her own words:

“I think when we talk about street harassment we’re talking about a type of power and privilege that’s being exerted over women in public spaces. And whenever we talk about any type of oppression or privilege, there’s always the other types of oppression or privilege that come in to play. That includes race, sexuality, class, gender, etc. How do queer women experience street harassment, how do trans women experience it? As the project is growing, this is all stuff that I’m trying to be more aware of and articulate in the work." -Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Learn more about the artist and their work through the following resources:
Tatayana Fazlalizadeh’s website and Twitter
Stop Telling Women to Smile’s website
“Hey Stranger, Stop Telling Me To Smile” An Interview with Tatyana Fazlalizadeh via The Daily Beast
WATCH: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh on Street Harassment via The Guardian

becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

In her own words:

I think when we talk about street harassment we’re talking about a type of power and privilege that’s being exerted over women in public spaces. And whenever we talk about any type of oppression or privilege, there’s always the other types of oppression or privilege that come in to play. That includes race, sexuality, class, gender, etc. How do queer women experience street harassment, how do trans women experience it? As the project is growing, this is all stuff that I’m trying to be more aware of and articulate in the work." -Tatyana Fazlalizadeh

Learn more about the artist and their work through the following resources: