Submitted by Shane, the model and photographer.

“I took this picture in front of some of my art because I feel that my art is just as much a part of my identity as my gender. I don’t identify as male or female but as an artist.”

Posted by on May 17th, 2011 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 9 comments »

9 Responses to “Shane”

  1. Anonymous



  2. Sarah-Sophia

    Shane is quite attractive.


  3. Jessica

    Shane is very beautiful and has a very expressive face, on which I would enjoy seeing the full range of emotion experienced in a life well lived.


  4. Anonymous

    Hae you considered identifying as gorgeous?


  5. Anonymous

    ^what that person said.


  6. G

    “I want out of the labels. I don’t want my whole life crammed into a single word. A story. I want to find something else, unknowable, some place to be that’s not on the map. A real adventure.” C.P.


    Jessica replied:

    How about “multi-faceted-uncategorizable-eclectic-pandimensional-adventurous-randomsojourner-evrythingqueer-metamorphosing-polytalented-believer-skeptic-person” or just “Human,” for short.


  7. Jack

    My god, you’re gorgeous…
    What I wouldn’t give to be so beautiful.


  8. Audrey Fredericks

    And you look like …art. I can’t call you anyway else.


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