Someone please explain to me how this empowers women in any way. I really don’t get it. To be fair, I don’t understand most ANYTHING feminists do. Everything they do involves whining about being oppressed and showing off body parts that are meant to be private.
Sarah Macias is a 22-year-old art student who thinks it’s empowering for women to slap paint on their boobs and rub ’em against blank pieces of paper.
You think I’m kidding? I wish.
Sarah Macias, 22, who is originally from Switzerland, runs the women-only events, in which participants smear paint onto their breasts and press them against paper to create abstract pieces.
She has also previously painted with her own menstrual blood and made prints of her own vagina.
Can’t say I’m surprised by that. Painting with a bodily fluid is almost a rite of passage for these people.
Sarah says she has launched her classes in response to the way that breasts have become sexualised, and that the workshops are a chance for women to feel ’empowered’.
Since launching her art classes in Manchester this month, more than 400 women have expressed an interest in taking part, she said.
Picture it ladies. Picture slapping paint on your bare boobs (COLD!) and rubbing them on paper. Does that make you feel empowered? Does that make you feel like you can conquer the world? Does that make you feel sophisticated, smart, sassy and sexy?
NOOOO. This makes makes you no better than toddlers who smear themselves with their own crap.
Here’s what boob art looks like, BTW.
Sarah claims these classes are about “honoring the female sexual body.”
“Women are taught they can’t use their sexuality because it’s dirty,” she stated.
What does that even mean?
“Doing art with the breasts or with menstrual blood is a way of making art and showing there is nothing wrong with it,” she continued.
It’s weird and dumb. That’s the problem.
By the way. Sarah said she’s been “experimenting by painting with different parts of my body for a number of years.” Including her vagina.
‘A couple of years ago, I put some paints on my vagina and did some prints.
‘Or I will insert a yoni egg [egg-shaped carved stone which can be inserted into the vagina] and attached it to some string. I then attached a brush to the string and start painting.
That’s gross. And can I mention the massive double standard for a sec? How would these feminists react if men started feeling like they wanted to be empowered and took interactive body art classes that involved slapping paint on their penises and flopping them around on blank canvases? I hate to be crude, but that’s the only way I know how to combat this level of sheer stupidity. How would that be ANY different than what these weirdos are doing?
I’m so over feminism.