by Katya Kan “This is a body described through the language of surface and force, weakened through a "Single drama" of domination, inscription, and creation.”
Judith Butler, “Subversive Bodily Acts” Dear Gallery, Congrats on your delicious salary. And your unlabelled sexuality ... Watch this uncultivated space At your own pace Mouth-wateringly hypnotic: Your queer narcotic Those sugar...
First, my mother gave birth to Anger.It crawled out from between her legsSmoked the oxygen from her headBegged For love And then slaughtered it.Ordained in redYou orchestrated A holocaust That happy families will never know Show them only your mouthAnd keep the eyes below- They will be insincere. First, my mother gave birth to Anger.Her second child was Fear.
Class is a currency worth much more than the Great British Pound
I consider myself both working and middle class. I understand this irks people; how greedy to take a piss in both territories. But it is this split life that I want to write about. Being torn up the middle with a foot in each stirrup. The challenges of duel identity and the benefits of the adaptability that come with it. Are we we allowed more than one identity and why is my identity informed ...