What do you wanna wear this spring?
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What do you wanna wear this season?
Model: Franccesca De Struct
Photography by: Steven Noreyko
Via This isn't me; I'm not mechanical.
tonight’s outfit, also the most epic and monstrous mohawk I ever had… inspired by "Ratte"
Via The Darkest Show On Earth
Gothic Harajuku street style with purple makeup, antique fur coat, Kazuko Ogawa lace dress, and rings from Alice Auaa and Abilletage. Full look.
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Not only is this wonderful to see, but coilhouse brings up a point that I have been thinking about for quite some time. The imagery of the gynoid with department store mannequin proportions is one so married to sci fi that questioning it feels discouraged (hint: it is) If these gynoids can have such humanoid features, why are they never, ever fat? It’s a question that I know the answer to. I know who is drawing them this way, and I know who consumes these images without questioning them. But for those of us who question; we notice when we’re not represented. And while I’d rather be a cyborg than a goddess, my proportions are very, very unwelcome in the former option.
They are never presented as fat because, aside from the sexualization aspect, androids are usually designed to be super humans at the peak of fitness, or svelt efficient machines. Which does perpetuate the misconception that big=unhealthy, ungainly instead of graceful, etc. I also think part of it is taking up as little space as possible.
Cyborgs are another story, where they are a combination of biological human and machine. They could be anything.
I think a fuller figured gynoid would be manifested in a more muscular way. But then, I draw androids with huge thighs, huge upper ams- basically my body type- because I don’t give a shit.
THIS IS LIFE
Playing ahead with some head wrap styles. So far there is 👍👍👍 with my Blue curly bands 💞
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