Anonymous said: #1: That post with you taking off the suit to reveal a dress? Stupid as fuck. #2: If you're a woman and want to be called She, you should shave. #justsayin
you didn’t like
when i took off the suit
and there was a dress underneath??
that sure is a shame because
wait hold on
i just did it again
which sort of implies
that your bullshit transmisogynistic opinions on how i dress and act mean ABSOLUTELY NOTHING AND I’M STILL GOING TO DO WEAR WHATEVER THE FUCK I WANT, SHAVE WHENEVER THE FUCK I WANT AND POST ABOUT IT WHENEVER THE FUCK I WANT
DOES THIS LOOK LIKE SOMEBODY WHO GIVES A SHIT ABOUT INCONSEQUENTIAL DS LITE HINGES LIKE YOU
OH NO I DIDN’T SHAVE MY ARMPITS
OR MY LEGS
AND I HAVEN’T EVEN SHAVED MY FACE IN A FEW DAYS
not that i need to justify shit to a creaky floorboard such as yourself, but i don’t shave partly because i don’t want to right now and partly because i have the most fucking sensitive skin of all time and i physically cannot shave regularly.
also, that post you said was stupid has like, a ton of notes, so
it says an awful lot that you try to dictate what somebody does with their face but don’t have the guts to show your own
betraying some of your own insecurities there maybe……. #justsayin ……………….. leave your jealous misogyny at the door
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Self Portraits (Girls With Their Phones). 2014. Selected works from Self Portraits series. Dimensions variable.
Impressions (Self-Portrait Series), 2011
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This girl is amazing. She took a 2 hour bus ride just to meet me in the city for a shoot. We caught the 2 to Harlem and had a great time shooting. I’m still building my portfolio. I’m still really new to photography. She’s a pretty accomplished model and she was super cool.
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