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“This is all about how women’s bodies are consumed and are considered public property for display, comment and consumption…Women need to start talking about their daily moments because it’s the smaller stuff that affects the larger things, like rape, domestic violence, harassment in the workplace.”

– tatyana fazlalizadeh on her art series “stop telling women to smile”, which uses real women’s portraits and quotes to speak out against street harassment.  for a multimedia immersion into the movement, watch the video above, read this nytimes article, & check out the photo gallery below.

 

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stop telling women to smile

06/13/14 , , , , , , , , ,

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