i painted this at school and i’m not satisfied with it yet so it’s still not finished but i had to present it yesterday and all i said was “this is a nipple”. then my classmates started discussing about it… is it a male nipple or a female nipple? what if it is a male one? what if it is a female one? if it is a female one, it would be more scandalous. but why do we think so? why do society and media let us think this?
i didn’t really say anything during the discussion but this discussion was exactly the thing i wanted to happen, to make it unclear for people to see if it’s male or female, to make people think why it makes a difference if it’s male or female and although i’m not satisfied with my painting yet it makes me feel so proud that people think exactly the way i want them to think when they look at my painting!
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