4 months ago 4 months agoJust take them and leave me alone, Raoof Haghighi, Graphite on paper, 2021 by Aoife Ramos 93649views ah just leave me alone, ha dong-kyun just leave me mv, if you're gonna leave me, image, just leave me, just leave me alone, just leave me alone free fire, just leave me alone song edit, just leave me for somebody else, just leave me ha dong-kyun mv, just leave me mv, leave, leave me, leave me again, leave me alone, leave me alone song, leave the game, leave the us, love me just leave me alone, lyrics yung shade leave me again, pt.4 (original television soundtrack) just leave me, yung shade leave me againLike it? Share with your friends! 327 Facebook Twitter327 points 93 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is fantastic. It also appears to be a fantastic album cover.ReplyOkay, incel.ReplyThis is eerily beautiful. I was thinking the other night about how I wanted to go for a walk but decided against it because there has been a lot of sexual harassment in the city lately. I simply decided to go to the store late at night.ReplyIt’s incredible! She was also very thoughtful in shaving her pubic hairs before removing that part. “Fine, you want it? Here it is, 70s bush for you,” I would have said.ReplyThis is absolutely breathtaking and conveys a strong message. Thank you very much!!ReplyThis is fantastic. All about it is fantastic. Quite a bit.ReplyIs it just me, or do these redditors’ explanations make me cringe?ReplyThe feedback on this page is incredible.ReplyThis isn’t a case of white knighting.ReplyA beautiful execution of a clear, relatable message. You did an incredible job!ReplyIt is depressing. Like the singer, who is tired of being objectified.ReplyBy the way, this was drawn by a man.ReplyThis is a good one. It’s a must-have for me.ReplyI’m not sure what the artist was going for, but I think this might be translated as gender dysphoria.ReplyThis is something I’m very aware of. It’s fine.ReplyThis is fantastic. Deep, real, and tragic.ReplyExcellent work. It’s really intriguing. As a man, I have the opposite experience: I get no attention unless I actively seek it out. No one can speak to me almost at all unless I reach out first if I just go about my daily routine.Men and women have very different life experiences, which is very revealing.ReplyI walked around my neighborhood without my massive fuck-off noise cancelling headphones for the first time in a long time yesterday. I quickly remembered why I don’t do that, and I quickly re-applied them for my next walk.ReplyThis artwork is a great metaphor.ReplyWow, this hit me like a ton of bricks. The name of the book. Her glum look said it all. The sentiment is understandable. OP, you’ve done a fantastic job.ReplyWhere can I find a connection to her onlyfans page?ReplyAs an asexual woman, I am deeply affected by this.ReplyWow, this one got to me, and I’m so fucked up today that I think I’m going to take a break from the internet.ReplyIt looked fantastic and conveyed a powerful message. It’s depressing, but it’s also fantastic!ReplyIt reminds me of the Inuit tale about a woman who is raped by her brother and then cuts off her breasts and gives them to him as a “be careful what you wish for” contract.They then run so quickly that they rise into the sky and transform into the sun and moon.ReplySo, shit. This elicited an emotional response in me.ReplyEveryone seems to be reading this as a message to a guy or “kids,” which is understandable, but the title and imagery also remind me a lot about what my wife has said about her post-partum feelings about our boy.ReplyThis had a profound effect on me. The artist should be very proud of this work.ReplyI’m thinking of doing a version where she’s not sorry about those pieces falling down.ReplyOh my goodness, this hurts me so much.ReplyThe nsfw tag is ironic.ReplyMost apologies? Unless you’re talking about Twitch Streamers who essentially just take baths on the internet for money, I think it’s safe to assume that most women don’t like being harassed.ReplyThis is a fantastic piece. This made me cry a little because I’m a woman who has to deal with so much sexualization.ReplyIs the raging volcano a symbol for unspoken rage?ReplyI’m a male, and I’m not sure why, but this photo struck me particularly hard. I’m not particularly attractive, but I despise being stereotyped for who I am.ReplyThink about the volcano in this photo if you ever feel like you’re in a place where nobody wants you; a place where you don’t belong.ReplyI realize this has a deeper meaning, but it’s still amusing to look at.ReplyITT: It’s a work of art! Have you figured it out yet?You people need to stop criticizing other people’s interpretations. Damn, let people feel things.ReplyIt is both abstract and direct at the same time. Excellent work.ReplyThat’s awe-inspiring work.ReplyThis hits you like a ton of bricks. Fantastic work.ReplyI’m not sure what you’re talking about. Could anyone please explain?ReplyTo be honest, this makes me sad.ReplyYou’ve lost your boobs, ma’am.ReplyThis is as deep as hell, and as a girl, it’s spot on. Thank you for providing this glimpse into your world!ReplyWow, this is really evocative—as a woman, I can relate to this. I’m sad because it’s so stunning and haunting. You have a lot of talent.ReplyOh man, this is so depressing. It perfectly expresses the feelings.ReplyThis is the first time I’ve been wowed by a post on this sub. Excellent work.ReplyThis is something I really believe. What this means about our planet is sad…ReplyThis is a very moving and strong poem.ReplyThat title is a force to be reckoned with.ReplyThis saddened me greatly 🙁 I’m a woman, and seeing this made me feel sick to my stomach. Beautiful jobs.ReplyAfter looking at it for as long as I did, allowing the sensation to wash over and through me, I couldn’t bring myself to scroll past it.I genuinely sympathize with the women of the world.💜ReplyTo be honest, many people hate being objectified, and unwanted touching and grabbing is a major issue that affects both men and women. Speaking out against harassment, or at least bringing it to the attention of the public, is not white knighting.ReplyThis is just stunning. Women are sexualized and broken down to their parts far too often, particularly on the art reddit, and this beautifully demonstrates this.ReplyI liked the painting, but it wasn’t until I read the title that I realized how strong the image and message was.ReplyThis says a lot, both loudly and quietly.ReplyThis brought tears to my eyes.ReplyI’m not a fan of how relatable this is. OP has done a fantastic job.ReplyThis made me very depressed.ReplyWow, I’ve never been much of an art person and can only recall a few occasions when a piece of art has moved me, but this one was different. It’s incredible.ReplyNice graphite job, nice work?Did you experiment with different graphite grades?ReplyThis struck me hard today as someone who has had bilateral mastectomy and is about to undergo a hysterectomy at the age of 35.ReplyThis is both realistic and depressing.ReplyIt’s incredible that this was accomplished by an individual. As a woman, the feel of the job, coupled with the title, spoke to me deeply. To be honest, I feel like this a lot more than I don’t. I’d be happier if they didn’t exist.ReplyIt’s so heavy. This hits home for me as a mother of a seventeen-year-old daughter. Thank you for creating this and making it public. xoReply_An incel emerges in the wild_ReplyAs a trans woman, I believe that this picture will resonate with a large number of trans men.ReplyThis is a powerful message. Artwork that is tragic.ReplyThis is absolutely depressing.ReplyWow, this brought me a lot of grief. Excellent messaging.ReplyThis is extremely strong. Thank you for sharing this information.ReplyThis is incredible! So unreal, and with such a straightforward message!ReplyI’m a young breast cancer survivor – FEELS, FEELS, FEELS, FEELS, FEELS, FEELS, FEEReplyThis is incredible, strong, beautiful, and inspiring.ReplyThis reminds me of some Magritte paintings I’ve seen.ReplyIt reminds me of Magritte’s work! I really like it.ReplyIsn’t it appealing to the eye? The execution is decent, but I’m shocked that everyone is so taken aback by this… It reminds me of what you’d see on Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yesReplyIt’s sad, but it’s also strong.ReplyWow… I’m getting a sense of things. This is a fantastic piece.ReplyWhen art makes you feel something, it’s art.I have a deep desire to right these wrongs.ReplyThis is extremely strong. Why is it that life is like this? Why are women objectified and oppressed for pleasure by a significant percentage of men in every country and culture?&#By the way, this is rhetorical, and I’m not looking for any hot takes. I just want to wish all of my fellow survivors a good day. You’re stunning just the way you are.ReplyThis hits me hard as a guy in rehab from a porn addiction. Every day, I fight the urge to objectify women, but I’m much more mindful of it now. This painting says a lot!ReplyThe Situation: “Raoof Haghighi is a British artist who was born in Iran and is known for his portraiture and realism. He was born in the Iranian city of Shiraz in 1976. His father was an artist, and he began learning to paint in Iran; he is a self-taught artist.” Wikipedia is a free online encycloReplyI like the drawing, but I don’t agree with the sentiment. I fear the day that my daughter is made to feel this way for the first time.ReplyOn a personal level, this resonates with me. It’s very lovely. Thank you for sharing this information.ReplyFrida Kahlo’s Broken Column comes to mind when I see this. Great item, with a lot of meaning.ReplyThat isn’t white knighting, and you seem to be a good person.Reply?ReplyI completely agree with you. To cover the fact that my boobs were rising, I messed up my posture by bending my shoulders forward. I was forced to cover up all the time because I grew up in a Muslim household. It has made me very aware of my body. I’ve wished so many times that I didn’t have those body parts that have messed up my life.ReplyThe fucking volcano in the distance would make me nervous.ReplyWow, this is exactly how I’m feeling right now. Thank you for taking the time to share and build this.ReplyThis isn’t a case of white knighting.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Aoife Ramos Award-winning web nerd. Food guru. Social media geek. Amateur internet scholar. Problem solver.