Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Something free to do in Athens Greece this weekend


The three photos above are part of an art exhibition this week in Athens, Greece. Can you guess the title of the exhibition?

Medusa's Legacy: Faces of Domestic Abuse.
Sappho and the 21st Century Transgendered Experience.
Abortion: The Odyssey.
Genital Warts: The Dark Side of Sex Tourism in Lesbos.
Women who have had sex with swans, thinking they are Zeus in disguise.

None of the above ... the correct answer is "100 Tear Drops for Racism". The whole Grecian theme was a red herring!

Now look at these cunts again. Do you see any tears? From left to right, I see Shame, Worry, and Bitchiness - the three faces of menopause. Let's read the description of the event:

100 Tear Drops for Racism
> Athens > To September 27
Cultural venue Metapolis presents “100 Tear Drops for Racism,” an exhibition featuring portraits of women by photographer Dimitris the Athens. Running to Saturday, September 27, the display is organized by Medecins du Monde (Doctors of the World) and is open to the public Tuesday to Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6 to 10 p.m. Admission is free of charge. For more information, visit www.mdmgreece.gr.
Metapolis, 48-50 Aiolou, Monastiraki,
tel 210.325.3550, www.metapolis.gr


Imagine that, free to the public. Who doesn't want to spend their afternoon looking at black and white photos of menopausal hags pretending to be weeaallly verwwwy saadddd about racism. For Christ's sake such drama queens. Why don't you save those anti-racist tears in a special little bottle like Nero did in the movie Quo Vadis?

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