This odd drawing started as a female figure until I realized that I am more and more adding male features and lines to my cubist inspired images. It raised questions about how we, as a society perceive gender and the reasons some of us have come to accept for the definitions. It is becoming less clear why we need to adhere to gender stereotyping, when we evidently have aspects of both in all of us. This figure is whatever ‘they’ choose to be. Let’s not label them, if possible and see them for who they are, not what they are. Let their actions be who they are.

See more at  Arts M.Perron: http://www.1-mario-perron.pixels.com 

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