Submissions (1335)

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Barbie: Don't Put Me in a Box The barbie in the box and the collage behind it represents my gender and sexuality. I feel like I'm put in a box by society's views and assumptions. What's your box? How does being put in a box affect your vulnerabilities dealing with everyday life and initiating safer sex? How does the labelling of people affect their lives? How can we regain...
Photography, Colour
Untitled
Mixed Media
Health and Wellness
Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Untitled
Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Untitled
Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Untitled Daniel takes medication daily. I asked him what else he needs everyday. He said a toilet. He uses the washroom quite frequently due to the side effects of his pills. He is given more pills to tackle the side effects of the medication. So many pills. Pills to subside the disease yet the pills make him sick. He dislikes putting so many toxins in...
Photography, Colour
Respect. Attraction. Pressure. Love. Information. Stereotypes. Control. Six young women from Toronto, Canada reflect on how they see HIV in their lives.
Collage
Stereotypes of Love and Sex Stereotypes of love and sex Pink – Sensitive, Hesitant, Pressure Blue – Pressure, Consequences, Love?
Collage
Untitled This collage is about HIV and now there is not enough information. And a lot of people have no idea. All women and girls have a lot of questions, but there’s not a lot of information to help them.
Collage
Untitled This collage is about Image and Stereotypes of HIV/AIDS and people who are infected by the disease. Basically it’s letting people know no one is immune. No matter who you are, where you live. Wrap it Up!
Collage