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Reflection on Reflection #10

“The system should treat all user input as sacred.”
– Jef Raskin (The Humane Interface: New Directions for Designing Interactive Systems, 2000)

Body Dysphoria

Self Portrait #2

Materials: ballpoint pen (black) + black fine-point Sharpie marker + Staedtler colored pencils

Time: 20  hours

Reference: photo of myself taken August 14, 2016. I look tired, because it was taken very early in the morning. 192 more words

Body Dysphoria

This is what they've done to me

I need to write this so I can get it off my chest.

It’s so hard for me to just imagine having sex. I’m in my twenties and still just masturbating is a fucking struggle. 543 more words

Friends with Intimacy

If there are things that do not appear inherently sexual (but very much are), can’t the same be true in reverse? That there are things that look, from the outside, incredibly sexual, but just…aren’t? 1,244 more words

Musings

Shark week was high on the long list of things that make me dysphoric. I have a post I haven’t shared, and probably will not at this point, detailing why – all the little and big factors that put it well in the running for the no. 212 more words

Ezra

Reflection on Reflection #9

“Things can harden meaningfully in the moment of indecision.”
– John Ashbery (Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror, 1975)

Body Dysphoria

Reflection on Reflection #8

And then a Plank in Reason, broke,
And I dropped down, and down –
And hit a World, at every plunge,
And Finished knowing – then –

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