THIS IS NOT WHAT CONSENT LOOKS LIKE ART PRINT
This design is meant to stir conversation by highlighting the importance of people ensuring consent at every stage of physical intimacy. If someone is not able to give their full consent, whatever the circumstances, any advance could be an assault.
Consent is very much a hot topic at the moment, especially after the Me Too Campaign. This was a significant turning point, as it showed that a person can be coerced or threatened in ways that are not physical or direct, especially if they are dealing with someone in a power position. However, studies have shown that there is still little understanding regarding the true meaning of consent. We need to all understand where the line truly lies, not only in order to diminish the number of victims of sexual assault, but also to ensure that those that are assaulted receive the justice they deserve.
Artist: Bridget Moore:
Bridget Moore is a Los Angeles based artist who is better known under the moniker, Handsome Girl. She focuses mainly on digital illustrations, revolving around intersectional feminism, body positivity and female empowerment. Bridget’s design path started as a therapeutic outlet for her own eating disorder, which she secretly struggled with, on and off, for over 15 years.
Moore started drawing as a way to celebrate the beauty of her own body and other women’s bodies, celebrating all the different shapes and shades beauty can come in. She later moved on to adding in playful takes on sexual health, snacks, and positive affirmations. All things that have been fundamental elements in her personal recovery and her ongoing journey to practice radical self-love and appreciate for all the diverse beauty in this world.
Our fine art prints are museum-quality on matte pura smooth 300gsm OBA-free paper using the best archival inks.
Print size: 8″ x 10″
PLEASE NOTE: FRAME IS NOT INCLUDED