When the Wind Blows from Everywhere, We Make Art and (Sur)render Reality

Please Do Not Play with Me

Eva Rodz (LT)

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A doll that should decorate a man, indulge him. Even in childhood, we are already separated by wearing not just pink or blue clothes — putting on the definition of the principles of behavior, so-called masks of gender. But why are these masks made up of outdated, negative attitudes? Why does society still teach a man that he is stronger, but does not teach that a woman’s body is comparable to a field of flowers?
And although at the beginning I only asked you not to play with me, at the end I found the strength to admit that I am no longer your toy.