Why did you have to do it in public?
Since last night's Colbert report, I couldn't get this image outta my head. Pussy Riot participated in the project that involved female activists kissing 400 female police officers in public in Russia. The actual video is a lot more brutal, and you have to feel sorry for the female officers. I pictured it a bit nicer, with more political effect.
But I like the uniforms they have to wear, though they come right outta a guy's brain, cause you can't run away in those heels, and the cops they dress like this don't seem to get guns or radios.
plus I did my own colors, in about 4 hrs total for me from sketch to this! Yay!
But this uniform is very beautiful )
Мне очень нравятся девушки в форме
I hope USA wins the Gold Medal for the most whiny faggots, with UK getting Silver, and Canada the Bronze (as usual, Canada always gets bronze, except in hockey ).
I have a feeling this will be the most entertaining Olympics ever.
everything else looked kind of grim and business like... the business of arresting feminists and gay people.
being nice. playing well with others.
Young couples often have the right to (if adults see it they always say "cuteeee", instead of couples that don't fit in the society's opinion-what really doesn't make sense.
Anyway the poses are great drawn, even when it' sjust a simple art there is some power in it.
On the one hand, kissing random strangers on the street can be seen as a form of sexual assault not unlike groping.
On the other, Nadya tolokno does have very voluptuous lips.
So yeah, I myself wouldn't object to being subjected to this form of protest, but I'd imagine most of the cops weren't into it
her lips are hypnotic
yeah it was assault for sure, especially for the smaller younger cops
I would be smiling during and after, but most of the cops were really pissed
NadezhdaTolokonnik is pretty cute to me!
this was last year, protest against government in general, and anti-gay laws
Which doesn't make that awesome art any less hotter. *__*