Breaking the 4th Wall

Breaking the Fourth WallFor those not in the know, the “fourth wall” is the imaginary barrier that separates the stage from its audience. The wall “breaks” when a performer dares to step out from the world of the story and speak directly to those who watch. Now imagine what might happen if all those pictures we look at online—of women and would-be women alike—could look back at us and speak their minds…

Amanda

6 thoughts on “Breaking the 4th Wall

  1. It’s always good to have a “boner-shrinker” caption come through the pike. Keeps ’em on their toes! Plus its also good to remind them of the effort that most actual gender challenged people go through.

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