well, i dont know what to say. i didnt see it as very artistic. i love artistic stuff but that was not artistic to me, more random. the photos of the transformation was interesting to watch but the rest of it was weird.
I know its weird but I just thought it was interesting to see that an artist would make a documented time lapse video of her steroid cycle.When I saw it on BBE and watched it,I thought the same thing...well thats weird.But then I read her written log on how she progressed and thought it was an interesting concept.Definitely never been done and that alone says something about how people are starting to view AAS.
I don't know,guess im just as weird as the one who made it and posted it.LOL
well.. that was like the movie trailer for her art show.. but I totally see where she's going,
i liked it
I have alot of freinds in the art community.. and the lesbian community.. and the lesbian art community.. actually did gallery work for an artist who is capturing the loneliness of the muscle game.. I can appreciate this and am intrigued to learn more
I liked it. I dont think the muscles are what makes her masculine though. I think she would be masculine even if she did not lift. I have never felt that muscles are a masculine or a feminine thing, (or a gay or straight thing) just a very cool human thing. I would like to meet her someday. I bet she is very interesting (though true dryvy she is not that hot, lol)
Phewwwww,thanks Halo,Dryvrgrl and Bigun.I thought I was going to be the only weirdo (other than the one who made the video and the one who posted it elsewhere) that thought this was interesting at the very least.At least the concept of doing it.Definitely strange,but the idea was cool.
I wish she was hotter too,but hey what can you do?LOL