Dysphoria
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Dysphoria

Throughout history and mainstream media the glorification and sexualization of lesbians and bisexual women is ever present and sits on the verge of coming of age culture. The hyper-sexualization of queer women, especially femme embodying queer women drowns out the reality and authenticity of true intimate connections made by queer women. Fetishising girl-on-girl pornography has … Continue reading

Julia Gootzeit — On Comics, Reflections & Poignant Inspirations
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Julia Gootzeit — On Comics, Reflections & Poignant Inspirations

Human life, from the inception of documented and discovered evidence, has been deeply and markedly engulfed by art. Our lives often find themselves transposing across mediums, at least for the few moments of entanglement with the artwork. A gist of solace and easement unfurls itself in our conversations with and around art – our being … Continue reading

Chasm – July 2020
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Chasm – July 2020

Featured Artwork by Kira Issar New growth can be panoramically different from other phases of life. Chrysalising into a newer semblance of personhood is as painful as the nostalgia of readjusting to a previous life, an entire pathway unknown. Why are we fascinated with blackholes? Is it because we are exceptionally curious or is it … Continue reading