artist, sex educator,
sit in bed, with books of poems spread out around you in a half-moon. place a small potted jade plant between your thighs — terra cotta or clay pot, preferably unpainted. burn an unscented candle and a light a small bundle of dried lavender. place a sprig of fresh rosemary underneath your tongue. close your eyes and breathe deeply.
@3 weeks ago with 2 notes
(written in my bed, while you were overseas)
whatever you do, don’t untie me.
@3 weeks ago with 9 notes
we learn to talk about the body as a landscape, territories marked by a series of battles, small victories, and major losses that determine the geography for decades to come
we learn to talk about gender as an architecture, constructed forms that visually resonate, identity as a work site, a fluctuating, evolving work-in-progress, with (or without) the scaffolding of language to support it
we learn to talk about sexuality as interactive act, where the subject/object relations determine the quality of interaction, monogamy reflecting the traditional model of individual art/object encounter, and polyamory as a living-practice of relational aesthetics— where body becomes site to the site-specific@3 months ago with 2 notes