Mickey Mouse in Vietnam is a 16mm underground short movie. The director was Lee Savage, the producer and head designer was Milton Glaser. It features the Disney character Mickey Mouse being shipped to Vietnam during the war. Moments after arriving, he is shot dead. It was produced independently in 1969 and has a total running time of one minute. This film was lost for many years until April 22, 2013 when a YouTube user uploaded the video.
The futility of unrequited love never dawned upon me until tonight. To think that you may rack your brain incessantly about one person who may not devote a second of their being to acknowledge you is both humbling and maddening.
Hello, my name is Yvonne, I’m a college-aged cis-female who has a love for photography, and I have hirsutism. Basically, I grow thick hair where normally only males grow such hair, which includes my face. It’s made me feel insecure and “man-ish” for a lot of my life, so I took on this project. I did this to explore what the widely-accepted gender ideals are and how I might fit in them, mostly, so I can accept that I don’t.
Special thanks to my friends Katrinna and Akashia for helping me with this project.
If you’d like to see the other photos in better quality, check out the flickr set, and I’m always open to messages!