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February 05, 2014

HIGHER ED

Coco Young, a Columbia student and photographer, says their video 'Initiatiøn,' in which they strip down to their panties and lick chocolate syrup off each other's backs, is not a porn. Rather, she says, it uses a secret society theme to explore how women are perceived in society today.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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let's see, how women are perceived by society... society is half women, so we must be talking about the other half... and this film was made by women, so it's some women's idea of what men might think... illustrated by with nudity and licking and... chocolate? maybe their message would be clearer if they used beer and donuts. maybe some fried chicken.

The proud parents can say $6Ø,ØØØ in tuition well spent.

Lina Wertmüller did not start out like this. Leni Riefenstahl, maybe. In fact, probably.

...and she gets press because of nudity, not the quality of her work. Still the same ol' society.

More like "Hire Ed."

Maybe they'll win a Golden Glib Award.

I have far too much respect for chocolate to even think of clicking on that link.

This is exactly how Hillary Clinton got started.

Omni - few people know of Riefenstahl's suppressed sequel to her most infamous film: "Triumph of the Willie".

Actually her real name is Chocolate Youngenstein.

I never perceived women as being willing to strip naked in a library and cover themselves in chocolate sauce for a dumb video for a lousy secret society (Seriously? Not even one skeleton in the closet?). I always assumed assumed perceived mustard.

I think a chocolate mØØse bit her sister.

Dang! And I had to take all those math classes to get my degree!

Feminist calendar to follow.

Sometimes, to tell the truth, I have trouble distinguishing between some "art", "pretentious bullsh!t", and "practical jokes".
It's a fine line.
But if I could draw a fine line, I'd be an artist.

I agree with Annie. Nudity is overrated, anyway. Except, of course, in Florida.

But if I could draw a fine line, I'd be an artist.

Actually, you just need to paint a canvas a single color, and then sell it for a *lot* of $. I wish I was joking.

This is exactly how Sarah Palin got started, only she spelled it "INTIATION."

I have friends who call that foreplay.

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