Posts Tagged ‘club kids’
“You have to have an audience if you want to make a statement. You can be the best writer, but if no one has read your work,
where does it go? In any line of work, there has to be exposure. I just want people to live their own lives based off of their own
thoughts and desires, not out of fear, or any of those reasons that are maybe why we left where we came from.
I want to break walls between sexuality, gender, religion, race—all of the different barriers and dividers in humanity—
have it be based off of what you do as a person, as opposed to your profile. I think there’s definitely a divider in society
between how we ultimately feel inside as opposed to what we’re told to feel, and the fear that comes along with it.
That scares me, how people are so afraid to follow their own instincts. You only have one fucking life—why are you going to sacrifice that?
What are you going to do when it’s all over? You can’t just look back and go, Oh, I’ll go edit this in Photoshop. We don’t have Lifeshop.”
Kayvon Zand 2012