In just the past few hours, I’ve seen people say they don’t like Girls, Transparent and Faking It because “the characters are too unlikable.”
how boring are your television choices if one of the criteria you need filled is “everyone is likable all the time”?
see also: Looking, You’re the Worst, Enlightened, etc. milquetoast people like milquetoast characters
With gingerbread and beer in hand - ready for day two. #mecsontour #beer #oktoberfest #fêtedelabière #munich #munchen #gingerbread #paindépices #häcker (at Oktoberfest)
I was made for lederhosen. #hanselrealness #mecsontour #brezellyf #munchen #munich #germany #deutschland #lederhosen #fêtedelabière
Art Nouveau from head to toe. #artnouveau #29avenuerapp #immeublelavirotte #lavirotte #mecsontour #yeauxleaux #paris (at Avenue Rapp)
when i trust you we can do it with the lights on
This excellent argument was sadly overlooked by the ILC when it drafted the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts Article 44(b).
[…] It is hard to fathom the effect “Carry That Weight” will have as it proceeds — on Columbia, on Ms. Sulkowicz, on the consciousness of sexual assault on campus, or on the thinking of people who encounter her performance. But it seems certain that the piece has set a very high standard for any future work she’ll do as an artist and will also earn her a niche in the history of intensely personal yet aggressively political performance art.
It is so simple: A woman with a mattress, refusing to keep her violation private, carrying with her a stark reminder of where it took place. The work Ms. Sulkowicz is making is strict and lean, yet inclusive and open ended, symbolically laden yet drastically physical. All of this determines its striking quality as art, which in turn contributes substantially to its effectiveness as protest.
Looking at lederhosen for Oktoberfest and stumbled across this cutie.