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Monday, 30 April 2012 02:00

DIY With Riaan

By  Theo Kleynhans

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For the past year I have worked as Art Director on the TV series DIY with Riaan. The men that I am photographed with all work on the same series in different capacities. They are all heterosexual. I am not. I find it ironic that I am physically the largest member of the team and can therefore be considered the manliest. Society, however, places me in a position of not being equal to these men based on my homosexuality. The photograph was taken in our studio workshop on my iPhone with natural light. The inclusion of the Strongman Metal Tools used for bending metal and the uncomfortable placing of the subjects are all intentional.
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  • Comment Link Alex Thursday, 14 June 2012 02:00 posted by Alex

    This really makes me smile

  • Comment Link Neil Vee Tuesday, 08 May 2012 02:00 posted by Neil Vee

    You stand with individuals as an individual. Individuals (and generally heterosexual individuals) give birth to homosexuals. Individuals give birth to society. Society is the heterogeneous rendered homogeneous - the very essence of society. The homosexual is heterogeneity within homogeneity. How can its uniqueness not be judged? How can a homosexual not be deemed to be unequal or inequivalent? THIS IS NOT THE QUESTION. The question is - why is it a bad thing!

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