I’M JUST SAYING
I’M JUST SAYING
Nikki S. Lee
(born Lee Seung-Hee, 1970, Korea) in her Projects, in which she spent several weeks assimilating into a cultural group and has someone take her photo within the group. Her identities in these projects traverses age, race, and social classes.
pictured here: The Ohio Project, The Stripper Project, The Lesbian Project, The Tourist Project, The Hispanic Project, The Hip Hop Project.
note to self: think about this a lot.
I was so excited to find this documentary from 1996, shot in an American high school. It’s about two sisters who identified as riot grrrls, but who were known around school as the “dirty girls.” It is an incredible portrait of the ’90s, of high school in general, and of what it is like to…
Pre k is celebrating women’s history month. Project: draw a famous woman. First the kid asked what women have walked on the moon. Then she huffed and said, “Well, I know no women have been president!” She told me they had learned about Annie Oakley in class. I told her about Sally Ride. She said, “Hey, I know a band of all women. I’m going to draw Wild Flag.”
Well, apparently this isn’t actually a thing. Blankies and bonnets it shall be.
Kathleen Massara and I video-interview Kathleen Hanna and Kathi Wilcox of BIKINI KILL for the Huffington Post*. Watch them play The Friendship Game!
*I was at peace with being the only non-Kath in the group.
NEMO NOT SO SHABBY
Every word of what I said last year on Superbowl Sunday remains true today, except I had to cancel the friend coming over. “Shut up and get me a beer, DICK. I’m trying to watch the figure skating championships” FOREVER.
This is important to me. Important enough that I just Tumbl’d a gif from a TV show I watch only when I’m very bored.