womenasobjects: “I see ‘teenage girl’ as more of an aesthetic stance, a place of radical, highly…

womenasobjects:

“I see ‘teenage girl’ as more of an aesthetic stance, a place of radical, highly material (yes, the internet is (im)material), abject positioning in the world. A position in which one wields ones own objecthood playfully, glitteringly, and problematically.”

Kate Durbin on her tumblr art project, “Women as Objects.” (via likeapairofbottlerockets)

There is a part in the Punk Singer where Kathleen is talking about bedroom art, and how girls make it and how to connect bedrooms. As much as I am against the adult women who fetishize their (white, straight, cis, suburban) teenhood, I’m into it.

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