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Cortes C and Beezie Madden, WEG 2014.
Source: The Chronicle
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While looking up images of uteri I noticed the artwork of Gwenn Seemel. Incredible!
Then I noticed that not only had Gwenn drawn a uterus, Gwenn’s online portfolio included a series called Crime Against Nature (above). I read more about the pieces and found that the animal art also has a sexual component. With each drawing Gwenn describes how the species challenges our traditional understandings of gender and sexual orientation, reproduction etc. Because natural is diverse!
If you keep looking further into Gwenn’s work you’ll find, as I did, Crime Against Nature is also a book Gwenn has written with a foreword by Joan Roughgarden (the author of the Audible book with the pink fish on the cover!) — And it is online here.
You’ll also discover Gwenn included anglerfish and giraffe love, though maybe unintentionally to Nerdfighteria’s deep love to the two. AwesomeGwenn!
I want everyone to see this!
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Via Pemberley state of mind
"To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love."
(“Pride and prejudice”, Chapter 3)