Please allow me to state my beliefs.
Art is relative. I love it - I have the right to. What I do NOT have the right is to tell someone else they are wrong for liking something.
If I can't find something positive to say, I go to the next drawing. I'll probably find something useful in that one.
Tolerance is the cornerstone of civilisation - and the first sigh of true maturity.
Why should there be 'anti-anything' communities here? What part of 'deviant' do they uphold?
When you get older, you'll find that sometimes young women are actually attracted to older men and don't think that they are gross. I know at your age, you don't understand,
I am a piss poor artist, and I'll be the first to admit it. This fact is made all the most frustrating because I come from a family of artists and I can barely draw a conclusion. Thank goodness for the artists here who do what they do - fearlessly.
Art is creativity. I mean - my God. You artists sit down at a blank medium, and create entire worlds, spun effortlessly from your heads, down your hands and into the paper/canvas/sidewalk/fill in the blank. I know it's difficult at times, and it's nowhere as effortless as I so glibly stated, but it must be wonderful to know that you can create a visual masterpiece like that.
I have my favourites,
I was home sick from work that day. The hubs came in and woke me up from sleeping, and said, "Have you been watching telly?" It was early afternoon for us in the UK. He told me what had happened, and said, "I'm not making this up."
For several days we watched all the horrors and the aftermath. It was indescribable, and I cannot imagine being in New York and watching this happen in front of me.
There was a song I used to listen to, about how this girl meant everything to the guy singing the song, and how he could do anything because of it. One of the lines of the song says, "I could walk a high wire between the World Trade Towers." I remembe