“We’re also trying to change the famous stereotype of ‘if he hits you, he loves you.’ Abuse is not an expression of love.”
“I had studied previous photographic work on Chernobyl, and so I was prepared to see mutations.”
Imagine, for example, a retelling of The Lord of the Rings that portrays, in excruciating detail, how Sam shouts “Me go and see Elves and all! Hooray!” and proceeds to burst into tears.
Although the Chernovetsky/Tymoshenko incident is small when compared with the present energy scandal, it illustrates an important point: the political crisis in Ukraine is having very real repercussions.
Chikatilo was a serial killer. And he was pissed off about Holodomor. Clearly, all of those other people pissed off about the Holodomor are probably closet serial killers as well. Hardy har har!
Before Rukosyla died, she stood up to the men that surrounded her. She displayed anger, and I suspect that this was the last straw.
Courting controversy is one thing, the normalization of domestic violence is something else entirely.
If the God doesn’t beat the Nymph, for example, that’s all fine and well. But if he does, well, we say, she “knew” what she was doing when she decided to become a Nymph and seek out a God in the first place.
It seems that everyone with wheels in Kyiv went up the Carpathian mountains to celebrate the New Year.