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Miss Me, Portrait of a Vandal, 2018

Miss Me, Portrait of a Vandal, 2018

Rue Sainte-Catherine, Montréal

“To be born with a woman’s body is to bear the unsolicited burden of humanity’s unresolved attitudes towards sex.
She learns to adapt to a patriarchal system that blames women for the misbehavior of men.
She’s taught to be ashamed of her sexuality and apologize for the power of her body.
This is the portrait of an unapologetic soldier, The Portrait of a Vandal.”

www.miss-me-art.com/portrait-of-a-vandal/

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Photo taken @ Montréal on 24 September 2017 (© Retis / Flickr)

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