Narcissus (2014), Tom Penney.
We are very happy to present the student journal
Studies in Gender, Sexuality, and the Digital
This edited collection of papers has emerged from Concordia University undergraduate student research for
Art History 358, Studies in the History of Media Arts: Queer Networks.
Produced by Mikhel Proulx, and co-edited by Sarah Amarica and Estelle Wathieu
This intimate photo of me with a woman was posted without my permission by the person that took it. We made a connection, we got turned on, and through social media, I was pornified.
There’s something about wormholes that turns me on
“When you’re feeling positive about your body, but you get caught in the matrix”
Where performative bodies and glitch collide
Leonardo Suozzo, Original photo by Erica Lapadat-Janzen
Subvert traditional patriarchal structures by situating the feminine in a religious context.
Sophia Wallace, Devotional Object for the Divine Feminine, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery
This is a friend I cannot name nor show.
This is a collage I made of her.
She says she is not queer though she performs as one.
It never occurred to me one could drag as their own self.
She’ll perform for you.
Here’s a funny glitch I found while playing NBA street.
Ps: It’s a Gif
I always thought the naked glitches in the sims where so scandalous when I was younger. This on the other hand is terrifying.
I’ve been making some tinder connections and not getting anywhere. Just exploring to see what could happen. It’s also a way to pass time when I’m bored and maybe meet someone if things get interesting.