Light-skinned person looking directly at the camera, with a black line splitting them down the middle. Half of them is typically feminine-presenting, with long hair and makeup, while the other half is typically masculine-presenting, with short hair, a tie, and slight facial hair. Their expression is serious.

“Judging Books By Their Covers”, by Lolo Loren, also the model. Originally posted on deviantART.

Posted by on July 15th, 2011 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Split”

  1. Anonymous

    i kind of adore this


  2. Persephone 66

    I like that.


  3. Weaver

    Glorious! I love the reference to the old-time genderqueer notion of literally half man, half woman… this is elegant and very alluring!


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