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Sunday 2 March 2014

Proem: 'ngs was FAB...' - by Luc

'ngs was FAB …'

 facilitator  acquaintances  buddies
 ( fundamentally Anthony’s baby )

freely appropriating Bowie
Fox’y-artful bounty
flattery – albeit banterish
flaming auburn beauty
 French adventure Biker
= fostering amicable bonds

   funding & budget
  falldowns & backups
+ flexibility  and  boundaries

fibromyalgic, Aspergic, bi-polar’d
fifties ‘adolescent’ = bewilderment,
   fugitive – acting bandit –
  feisty,  ( also bothersome )
   fetching  &  borrowing
  fettling  &  busying

f ing and blinding
frivolity, angst, boredom
f***ing awesome brownies !

Funky artsy Brighton’s

‘fame’  ·  autobiography  ·  ‘blagging’
Facebook and Blogger
( Fotobook:  Albelli,  Blurb ?? )

frequenting accessible ‘bogs’
filing,  albumising,  blogs
flora,  architecture,  bus-rides,
fooderies and beverages:
framed and boxed

 fearsome assel-blad:
flash-fed as batteries-bled

flotsam-astray beaches
February awash: battered
fotopostering about Brighton
fallen,  awry,  binned:
fear-some?  awe-some?  bother-some?

furthering  &  bettering:
futile?  fascinating?
articulate?  anodyne?
banal?  brave?
finite analysis bafflesome


(flags & banners    flowers & badges)

actualised book

= FAB !!

©  Luc(e) Raesmith

 with thanks to Pringle-jumper'd Shaun Levin for encouraging and
 editing creative writing for Queer in Brighton

re frequenting accessible ‘bogs’ - see the transgenderqueer space fotovideo 
in homage to the accessible public convenience at:

Wednesday 26 February 2014

Live... by Edward

After all the weeks of work we put into creating our portraits, it was pretty exciting to finally see them, in all their giantness, up on the walls around brighton.

I was kinda surprised that when I found my poster I actually felt very self conscious. There are perhaps levels of being out.

Being out as trans to your friends and families is one thing, being out as T in a room of LGBT people who assume you're G is another thing. Having your face on the wall facing the seafront, identifying yourself as queer - thats a whole new world of out.

Taking part in the project was sometimes difficult for me, but only because I was unsure of how I fit the word 'queer' into my life, and how to find images that showed that. I didn't find the idea of being out as queer difficult, until I was on the side of a building.

Not that I regret doing it. I am just extremely lucky, that I have not faced intimidation on a regular basis because of my identity. I came out at my own pace, in my own time. I am unused to feeling exposed.

Queer in Brighton anthology featuring not going shopping launches tonight at Jubilee Library