So far this year I have tried to stick to my
punk not pussy motto.
It has been great.
I have managed to find the balance
between being creative, kind, and helpful
and being respected, acknowledged and not taken advantage of.
I don't know about you,
but I find that when you dress individually
people treat you
in a different way they do and say things that make me feel uncomfortable,
things they wouldn't say to 'normal' looking people.
So having a bit of punk has helped
and without causing offense
I have made people think before they engage.
are being asked - am I in fancy dress,
'god love you having to dress like that because you work here',
people taking my photo without asking my permission,
people bursting out laughing into my face.
An outfit I bought in San Francisco
As punk is becoming who I am I now feel time for another motto.
pure proper and proud.
Dress made by London based
designer Ali Wall.
French night shirt from
My favorite new outfit .
Skirt very old,
Victorian, from Berlin.
Victim London dress.
Made by Victoria.
I love the Zine Scene
so many talented artists,
providing their work that any pocket can afford.
poems and zines
Lou, organizer of the zine archive
the most beautiful books and Zines.
some great music
One of my favorite artists
A visit to
in temple bar.
A lovely day spent with
A great afternoon at