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I was 12 and I was at the mall by myself. I went into the washroom and found blood in my underwear. I completely panicked and ran into the closest store. In this store, there was one female worker, but the rest of the store was empty.
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What role should schools and parents have? At this event, we will trade in our proverbial pitchforks for dinner forks and engage in civil conversations with our neighbors. We all want to protect and educate our kids and a healthy heaping of curiosity may just soften the enemy lines drawn by partisan politics.
Treacle Tart—um, not her real name—is really, really into bras and panties. Really, it all goes back to helping women find the right lingerie for themselves because I truly believe every woman deserves beautiful, affordable, well-fitting lingerie. WWW : Your personal geography, please.
Most of this, I can live with. My husband and I normally have a great sex life neither of us is complaining, at least. The tyranny of to-do lists is real—nothing kills an orgasm quite like suddenly realizing you forgot to send an email—and can keep women from enjoying the moment, connecting with their partner or their vibratoror even having sex at all.
This body of work, inspired by the birth of my son, explores the complications of love, pleasure, and the act of creation — literal and metaphorical, biological and artistic. Pollinating birds and bees suggestively interact with abstractions derived from decorative patterns of antique marriage certificates — a union of instinctive desire with cultural expectations of formalized relationships. These images are further layered over manipulated lace patterns found on internet photographs of lingerie and wedding dresses — mechanized patterns that, like lace itself, exist simultaneously to display and obscure.