Hello my old differentiate blog. I’ve missed you so! Resexualizing is so demanding, but I do miss autopsy and animorphing. Mostly this is a mid season greeting card for my drag(on) queen friends

Hello my old differentiate blog. I’ve missed you so! Resexualizing is so demanding, but I do miss autopsy and animorphing. Mostly this is a mid season greeting card for my drag(on) queen friends


Check out this blogger’s response!
This white woman testifies! Interesting read/response
blondieblondieblondieesq:


Should be interesting.

I remember sharing the news with my friends that boyfriend and I had finally “done the deed”, in pure Sex and the City style. This was a big deal since it took him forever to get up the nerve to even kiss me. Anyways, with any other guy, they would’ve asked me if it was good, and that would be it. With boyfriend, they all kinda gave me this look after I said it was good. Very curious looks. Almost quizzical. They started to pry for details: how was his body, how was his, ummm… certain body member, was he adventurous, etc…. As sexy as my guy is, there seemed to be some doubt as to his sexual prowess. And why? Obviously because he’s Asian.
In fact, at the beginning of our relationship, before most of my friends had even seen him, when I said he was Korean, they were a bit confused. Like a white, blond-haired, blue-eyed girl shouldn’t date an asian guy. What in the world could I see in him? Wasn’t he skinny and dorky? Was he short? While they didn’t say these things, I know this is what was going through their heads. My friends are all very educated, open-minded, kind people, but this is just what society has drilled into our heads. Asian guys are not sexy. They are not date-able for white women. How often have you seen an Asian guy get the girl in a Hollywood movie? When have you ever even really seen an Asian guy portrayed as hot?
Whatever. I’ve learned an amazing secret, that hopefully other white girls will learn as well, and that’s that Asian men can be sexy, fun, hot, and oh yeah…. AMAZING in bed.

Check out this blogger’s response!

This white woman testifies! Interesting read/response

blondieblondieblondieesq:

Should be interesting.

I remember sharing the news with my friends that boyfriend and I had finally “done the deed”, in pure Sex and the City style. This was a big deal since it took him forever to get up the nerve to even kiss me. Anyways, with any other guy, they would’ve asked me if it was good, and that would be it. With boyfriend, they all kinda gave me this look after I said it was good. Very curious looks. Almost quizzical. They started to pry for details: how was his body, how was his, ummm… certain body member, was he adventurous, etc…. As sexy as my guy is, there seemed to be some doubt as to his sexual prowess. And why? Obviously because he’s Asian.

In fact, at the beginning of our relationship, before most of my friends had even seen him, when I said he was Korean, they were a bit confused. Like a white, blond-haired, blue-eyed girl shouldn’t date an asian guy. What in the world could I see in him? Wasn’t he skinny and dorky? Was he short? While they didn’t say these things, I know this is what was going through their heads. My friends are all very educated, open-minded, kind people, but this is just what society has drilled into our heads. Asian guys are not sexy. They are not date-able for white women. How often have you seen an Asian guy get the girl in a Hollywood movie? When have you ever even really seen an Asian guy portrayed as hot?

Whatever. I’ve learned an amazing secret, that hopefully other white girls will learn as well, and that’s that Asian men can be sexy, fun, hot, and oh yeah…. AMAZING in bed.

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I will mangle and decapitate lady wawa’s white privilege.
Dear V-Magazine:
The Asian Issue? Really?
Memoirs of a Gaga? Well perhaps her experiences could be comparable to a white man’s exploitation/fiction about Japanese art tradition.
Yes. insert your fashion photography into my three headed body and call it charity.
Write your memoirs of the industrial white savior complex, sell it to europe and new york and donate the scraps of the failing publication industry to tsunami victims.
Original here
V-Magazine Summer Issue 2011
Destroy all Monsters

I will mangle and decapitate lady wawa’s white privilege.

Dear V-Magazine:

The Asian Issue? Really?

Memoirs of a Gaga? Well perhaps her experiences could be comparable to a white man’s exploitation/fiction about Japanese art tradition.

Yes. insert your fashion photography into my three headed body and call it charity.

Write your memoirs of the industrial white savior complex, sell it to europe and new york and donate the scraps of the failing publication industry to tsunami victims.

Original here

V-Magazine Summer Issue 2011

Destroy all Monsters


Differentiate::: Phase 1
From my process
"I think a reason for why I draw spines is because of
stress.
Like I’m always about to have a wolverine moment.
The frustration with feeling beyond the edge of my skin. The bulging sailorette knots in my neck, twist down into my spine.
My drawing/prints are an indulgence of my body’s wringing.
I want an acute experience of unconscious pain.
I fantasize sometimes of enduring that one scene in pulp fiction when Uma Thurman gets stabbed in the heart with adrenaline.”
My work is about creating  fantasies.
Photo by Kait Adams

Differentiate::: Phase 1

From my process

"I think a reason for why I draw spines is because of

stress.

Like I’m always about to have a wolverine moment.

The frustration with feeling beyond the edge of my skin. The bulging sailorette knots in my neck, twist down into my spine.

My drawing/prints are an indulgence of my body’s wringing.

I want an acute experience of unconscious pain.

I fantasize sometimes of enduring that one scene in pulp fiction when Uma Thurman gets stabbed in the heart with adrenaline.”

My work is about creating  fantasies.

Photo by Kait Adams


Phase I:::Rapid Shedding
Gueriilla Reconstructive Procedure at the Undergraduate Research Symposium
Queen Gidrea x Barbizon Refugees/Exoskeletal Specialists
Things I’ve always wanted to experience: Getting metallic gold carefully cut from my body
Photo by Kait Adams

Phase I:::Rapid Shedding

Gueriilla Reconstructive Procedure at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

Queen Gidrea x Barbizon Refugees/Exoskeletal Specialists

Things I’ve always wanted to experience: Getting metallic gold carefully cut from my body

Photo by Kait Adams


Destroy All Monsters::Phase II
Golden Scales on Concrete Slab
Photo by Kait Adams

Destroy All Monsters::Phase II

Golden Scales on Concrete Slab

Photo by Kait Adams


Preparing the Family Armor:::Differentiate Phase 2

Preparing the Family Armor:::Differentiate Phase 2


3
4月 16
Differentiate Phase 1
:::Inside of the Elevator:::Entering Body Bag:::
Pictured: Barbizon Refugees
Photo by Kait Adams

Differentiate Phase 1

:::Inside of the Elevator:::Entering Body Bag:::

Pictured: Barbizon Refugees

Photo by Kait Adams


10
4月 07
Mannequins and Music notes: Four/Thirty: Permission To Grow

Did you think I wasn’t serious? Countdown to exoskeletal, multiskeletal, reconstruction via the very specialists- Kelsey VE Pyro and Cecilia León. This is going down!

Did you think I wasn’t serious? Countdown to exoskeletal, multiskeletal, reconstruction via the very specialists- Kelsey VE Pyro and Cecilia León. This is going down!