We interviewed photographer Candy Feit about her inspiration, process, and intentions for Cruel To Be Kind, her most recent photography project.
It’s time to celebrate the butches that make this world better.
“I came to you in a state of exhaustion with all these things that have been weighing on me for so long and I wanted to find a way to celebrate myself.”
Breaking out of what we’re born into.
If you’re going to be emotionally raw for the rest of the day, why not surround yourself with devastatingly beautiful art to cauterize those wounds?
How do you say what’s unsaid every time you see your family?
“Do I need an undercut? Do I need to wear a half-way buttoned top in a French tuck?”
I’ve been trying to keep up with my writing, but the news is making me sad…
“It’s about breaking the rules just a little bit.”
No. Yo hair is nappy and wild.
Why push each other down when we all need some heavy lifting?
“My parents fight so much. And when I spend time with them I become miserable and toxic, just like them!”
I’m having a hard body week.
Have you ever thought about what your kids would look like?
“I’m gonna win, and so can you!”
“I’m often made to feel that to be great, I have to do more than anyone else, better than anyone else, with less help than anyone else.”
Remembering a little bit of love everyday: It’s the only way I can prepare for this journey.
“We’re queer because we know and say that we are — not because we satisfy a series of credentials.”
I have a problem…