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BLISS, Jenna Dini
Suicide Girls

“...It’s hard not to mourn the promise of the early Internet, not as a window into the lie that is our reality but the place where you can be anything you want. “2-15/f/ny” my friend would type into the white box on the screen. I just watched. We were twelve. This was my gateway to the realm where words could be my avatar. Chatrooms were a brutal playground where I was shamed and applauded while coming of age online: sometimes I was a teenage boy reporting on shows in music forums, other times I tried to become the pixie dream-girl that I knew I was inside. I performed drag while also becoming like the Suicide Girls, exemplary seductresses with emo tendencies towards self-obliteration. SGs claimed it was “social suicide,” bedrocking their online community, dropping out of normative culture, promoting instead alternative lifestyles, tatted and dyed, resisting the mainstream...”

Published by saxpublishers, 2019
Artists' Books / Feminism

Price: 22€

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BLISS, Jenna Dini - Suicide Girls