Culture & Art
Culture & Art
Truly creative people do not take to public mediums to belittle the work of other artists. They channel that energy into creating art. If you do not like something, you move past it. This is out of mutual respect and creative energy of another artist.
The artist knows that art breathes life into our existence.
What do you do when you’re bombarded with hateful comments about your appearance? Well, if you’re this woman, you turn them into art.
We need more art like this in the world.
He’s the one who came to Washington to be their mouthpiece against the “elites” and “political correctness” that have, in their minds, catered too much to non-whites and have increasingly threatened their way of life.
So often American (white) liberals think that they should get a pat on the back for knowing something about another culture, for not being racist or prejudice.
The last damn thing our culture needs is some shitty Netflix program glorifying the post-mortem justice myth of suicide.
So, while I celebrated female empowerment online, on stage, and hired women to help me with my shows, offline I was a garbage person to people that actually gave a fuck about my heart, my talents, and my success. As Joss makes clear in his reveal to Kai, it becomes very easy to compartmentalize criticism for this kind of behavior. To brush it off and tell yourself, ìI deserve this because (insert whatever arbitrary accomplishment justifies it this week). I didn’t. And neither did they.
Fresh, spunky, earth-friendly, clean, and fun, KAABOO (20 miles north of San Diego) might just give Coachella a run for its money.
Poetry is not paper and ink to a poet, it is a part of the poet’s being.