A post on HipChick Comic’s message board ranted about the impotence of Sydney. The poster pretty much asked how would a girl feel if she was the only female in a group of men and unable to have sex with any of them? I responded: Nothing.
This get me thinking about how partial men are to their genitalia. It is something that they can not part with–even if there was no pain involved. I started thinking about how a I would feel if I lost my private parts: Relieved.
Nothing to worry about on hot sweaty days
I would be able run again
Finally, I would be able to wear all of those adorable sun dresses for flat-chested girls! Not mention the broad range of clothes that available to flat chested women!
As I pondered my Utopian body freedom, I really started to think of what feature as a woman WOULD devastate me if it should be lost, and then I thought of it: MY HAIR
True Confessions A Girl’s Hair is Her Life
Be it buzzed, short or long or what ever color or texture we girls are partial to our hair. I can’t imagine myself without it! The status of hair is the reason to stay in or duck out of pictures, Hair is the tool for attracting men as a person of beauty not just as sex objects, hair keeps our ears warm in the winter and helps define us as individuals.
So to the angry poster, a more piongant question to ask me would be: Imagine being a girl surrounded by beautiful men without your hair to rank among them as a person of beauty. A girl would be in danger of being seen merely as a “hole” with out it.
Key light: Great big spotlight with a fog plugged in
Fill: is a point light that hovers just above the portal embedded in the floor
Rim: are three area light of different intensities on three sides of the house. My tutorial is love with spot lights, but I find that area lights are easier to control and really bring out textures nicely.
I’m contemplating two more point lights to illuminate the portal and Indira’s face. I’ll get around to that after I give my computer a break.
I just tried out for a children’s book on St. Augustine and after further research, lost respect for the man. Who framed the concept of original sin which points to a woman? ST. AUGUSTINE
The man struggled with lust and had major mother issues. His mother hen pecked him and followed him around all over the HRE and would move in with out a moments notice and the man was a party boy as a youth. The poor women who had to serve him and like so many oversexed assholes I’m sure he demonized any woman who refused his affections.
All venom aside, the Felt Tip reminded me that all exhalted people have flaws and we must try to use their favorable accomplishents outweigh their faults. So, in the spirit of tolerance, I thank St. Augustine for his hand in developing the concept of separating church and state in the 5th century.
Thank you very much, you randy overeducated frat boy.