I’ve been thinking about the trust and vulnerability it takes to share creative work with people you know. For me, it is much easier to share my work with strangers or acquaintances than it is to share my work with friends and family. I can’t always identify why, but I think there’s something about the heightened intimacy of being known in different iterations, or of having to face the music of what my art means in my own everyday life. On the surface, it feels paradoxical, but maybe it isn’t.
In last week’s episode, we talked about Spysexuals, aterm we use to describe bisexual spies. We discussed the vibes and bisexual lighting in Atomic Blonde, along with examples of other spy and action films that we define as bisexual in nature. You can read Chelsee’s essay about the epic fight scene in Atomic Blonde here.
April is National Poetry Writing Month, and Christina is celebrating by sharing a 30/30 challenge! You can find all 30 prompts here.
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