Our current environment isn't specific to Trump. Artists have been responding to certain, similar political forces that have been in play in this country for a very long time, so Trump is not a new problem.
He navigated loneliness, violence, rejection and pleasure during the year-long project.
So, my question was and still is: what was so offensive about this nonsexual image and what makes a queer nipple (or, rather, documentation of thereof) so dangerous for the Censorship Monster?
Kris Sanford creates a dazzling queer history that both does and does not exist.
"Many photographers show the darkest sides of life. I don't want to do that. I want to show the strength of my subjects. They are celebrating themselves every day and I'm lucky enough to be able to photograph them."
Genderqueer writer, activist, and performer Jiz Lee, a graduate of Mills College in Oakland, California, has been working
There are two things that are a staple of Instagram, food pictures and people wearing next to nothing. Typically the two aren't synonymous, except for in the case of @BurritoFever, where Brooklyn based artist, Charlie Quiroz, combines his two loves, burritos and exhibitionism.
"I hope that the legacy of this film will be that it reminds people of how important it is to be your authentic self."
Caitlin Rose Sweet says her work is "femininity in revolt."
Just as girls can be hard, boys can be soft.
May we all take inspiration from Caroline Wells Chandler's genderfluid "Beach Bois."