Fluidity Comes Naturally

Submitted by Andy Karol, the photographer.

“Fluidity in gender identity and presentation was demonstrated in the literal sense in this photograph. Their posture and head position was a very conscious decision on my, the photographer’s, part, as they are showing themselves as observers of their own identity.”

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Posted by on September 17th, 2012 at 10:00 am

Category: faces One comment »

One Response to “Fluidity Comes Naturally”

  1. Ollie

    Beautiful! I look down at my chest every day. I used to do it to see if my breasts were still there, always expecting them to disappear… now i look down to make sure they’re barely noticeable. Gladly the habit is disappearing.


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