16 ways to talk about consent
|1. "Do you like when I...?"
|2. "I like when you..."
|3. "Will you...?"
|4. "How does this feel?"
|5. "Do you want me to...?"
|6. "Do you want to...?"
|7. "Is there anything you want to try?"
|8. "Show me what you like."
|9. "Do you want to go further?"
|10. "Do you want to stop?"
|11. "Can I...?"
|12. "Does this feel good?"
|13. "Are you happy?"
|14. "Are you comfortable?"
|15. "Are you having a good time?"
|16. "Is this good for you?"
1:20 pm • 5 December 2013 • 2,985 notes
Ottmar Hörl, Cow Project (1985): Vogelsberg, Hessia, a collaborative effort with the German group Formalhaut. The project turns the scenery of grazing cows in a pastoral European countryside into encased static art objects, raising questions of the codification of place and how one percieves a bucolic landscape. It brings to mind Donald Judd’s pilgrimage from the bustling art scene in NYC to Marfa, Texas (where he intended to get away from the art scene, but merely took it with him). But more scenic (i.e. staged as if designed for the camera) than structural, perhaps David Lachapelle’s bizarre portrait of Sharon Gault is a better comparison.
"The cow project is landscape oriented. It assumes observing a herd of cows in nature and thematisizes the recognizable structures and motions. One of these structures - the parallel arrangement of the cows - is the basis for the position fixing of the housings which relay the natural movement of the cows and due to their design make the momentary constellation visible. Overlaying the cows with the transparent housings merges the natural situation with an artificial interception. The design principle is developed as an open esthetic system." —Formalhaut (1986)
12:35 pm • 5 December 2013 • 11 notes
Guess who I met today :D
Or as you might know him, Khal Drogo from Game Of Thrones.
I also met Lena Headey (Cersei) Kristian Nairn (Hodor), Finn Jones (Loras Tyrell), But Joe Dempsie (Gendry) and Peter Dinklage (Tyrion) weren’t arriving until later in the day and we had to go :(
11:49 am • 5 December 2013 • 8 notes
Tilda Swinton risked arrest waving a rainbow flag in front of the Kremlin in violation of Russia’s new homosexual propaganda bill. And she wants everyone who can to share it in solidarity. (x)
8:46 am • 5 December 2013 • 71,564 notes