The structure alone is worth a perusal, with each submission sporting a catalog card display that serves as both a cheeky homage to librarians and a handy summary i. Exhibition 2. Trauma 3.
Once I found him, nose deep in a book, we meandered to an empty bar and talked about art, novels, experimentation, and engaging the public. David is an artist with strong, creative convictions and a healthy distrust for art institutions. We met five or so years ago at an artist residency, and it is serendipitous that he should be one of the curators of this show.
A reoccurring theme of the stereotype is that librarians are asexual. They wear shapeless, drab clothing, they are generally older and often frigid. Sometimes librarians are also portrayed as virginal.
A rose by any other name… the Naughty Librarian. The guys will have their turn next week. But be warned — if their romantic or sexual desires go unfulfilled, these Naughty Librarian s often to turn to violent, or otherwise criminal or manipulative, means to get what they want.
So I was quite interested to see what this J. McFee had to say. The sexualization of the librarian does not stand alone in our cultural erotics, nor can it be cleanly separated from the whole structure of American possibly Western sexuality.
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A very attractive but prim and prudish woman, who would be gorgeous if she would just take off the glasses or notlet down her hairand unbutton her top button. However, they tend to prefer more intellectual pursuits. Sometime during the course of the season, the character will be forced to do all of these things to solve some sort of problem involving a lecherous man, but will always manage to escape the situation without sex.
Look closely at the photo on the right. That's not "just" a photo of an old man. That's actually an image made up of three photos of librarians from the Texas Library Association.
It's a relatively simple style by itself but even in it's unadorned mode it simple oozes elegance, sophistication, femininity, glamour and allure and can be the basis for so many super-glamourous updo styles when embellished with a variety of curls, tendrils, jeweled hair combs or pins. But I love wearing it like this in SL - very full, very smooth, and very glossy. This is what's known as "Alpha Hair" in Second Life, basically very similar to the hair your avatar comes with when you join the game and that you can adjust yourself for length, fullness, style and colour, but in this case the hair's designer very cleverly managed to incorporate a "PhotoReal" texture in the design, making it look very much like real hair.
Yesterday, I ran across a reference to VP candidate Sarah Palin asking the librarian about how to ban books, back when she Palin was mayor. I figured I ought to do a bit more research on whether that was true, and so googled for Sarah Palin librarian. Most of the top hits were all about how Palin gives off sexy or naughty librarian vibes. I know part of my discomfort is due to the fact that I was checking out whether she was in to not letting others check out books the banning books story appears to be truethough it sounds like she never followed through on trying to ban a book — something a sexy librarian, or really any librarian for that matter, would.