Inspired by Tina Fontaine
Living the Dream
I’m living the dream, the dream where women are are free, free to explore themselves, be themselves before the vicious white patriarchy cuts them down for sport.
These women are beautiful, these women are fierce. They laugh at the inevitable violence every one of them will face. They laugh because they know that it cannot last.
One by one their beauty is carved up for the masses to consume, thier spark swallowed by the holy violence of their male oppressors. The never ending cycle of youth taken away from the breast of life to be fed to the machine.
These beautiful women of colour where society discards them like trash, sold like slaves to white families with picket fences that hide atrocities that no woman should face.
Soulless, loveless the machine knows what it wants, it wants our young beautiful women, our future.
The ones who survive are the ones who beat the machine, they become the teachers for the ones taken away to live the dream.