This reminds me of Kate Bingaman-Burt, who illustrated her credit card statements as a motivation to pay off her debt ("Credit Card Drawings") and also documented everything she bought for two years ("Obsessive Consumption")
On Tilda Club
Also well worth a read, Amy Schumer's love letter to Tilda: http://www.vulture.com/2014/12/read-amy-schumers-ode-to-tilda-swinton.html
beautiful beautiful beautiful
Yessss more Hairpin Book Recs, always and forever!
VIVA LA PAPA
Ugh, yes, the conversation with that guy was like a real-life reenactment of a troll-y comments section.
But other than THAT nonsense, such a fun night!! :D
Great interview, I'd love to see her film. Currently re-listening to "You're a Woman" and it's bringing back ALL the memories.
Yes, the can't-get-away-from-it leering! I got leered at on my bike yesterday while stopped at a red light, and he didn't look away from my chest even after I yelled, "The fuck are you looking at?"
Horrible. Stories like these will never not be horrible. And it sucks when continuing to tell them doesn't seem like it's doing any good.