INSTINKTE STREET SHOOTS

#WEAREDEDICATED GABBA VOL.6

We have developed a new questionnaire for the #wearededicated campaign. In the interview with our models, we now set the tone. Quite casually, we have three categories shaken out of our sleeves, which we have preppy keywords assigned. Our Street Shooting Models now have the pleasure of confronting these airless assumptions and sharing their thoughts on them. In this interview, repartee, originality and joie de vivre are needed. There are no limits to the association, what has to be said needs to get out.

Susanne G. has chosen category three: Transgender. Find out how she gets beaten during the interview.

Instincts: Asia.

Susi: I really want to go there. I’m a huge fan of Japan because I love anime, drawing it and tattooing it on my body.

Instincts: A passion that goes deep under the skin … Let’s come to the second catchphrase: Playboy.

Susi: What can I say, they are absolutely not my thing. I do not like it, especially characteristically not at all. I like a natural way, this playboy affected behavior does not suit me.

Instincts: And what about Playboy Magazine?

Susi: Never read it.

Instincts: Little Sidefact, in November of this year, the first Transgender Playmate, Ines Rau, adorns the famous poster double-page, in the middle of the book.

Susi: Cool, that, I find interesting again.

Instincts: And how about Blogger?

Susi: Oh god, blogger. Fashion blogger, food blogger, gosh, whatever they feel like. I am not a blogger but I have Insta and do cosplay.
So a completely different direction.

Instincts: Would you wear a corsage in your everyday life?

Susi: Definitely. My style of clothing moves a bit in that direction. In addition, corsets are figure-shaping.

Instincts: We have a similar view. For a while corsairs were frowned upon, understandably for social reasons, but who should bluntly,
freely wear them on the street.

Susi: For me, the corsage is no longer just in the bedroom, for aesthetic and stylish reasons, the corsage is not wicked or banned for me.

Instincts: And what about chokers?

Susi: Not my thing.

Instincts: What is your Dedication

Susi: I put a lot of heart and work into my cosplay.

Instincts: Besides your Insta account you have no other channels?

Susi: No, just Insta, but it progresses slowly. I pay attention to the picture quality and my own style. At the moment my brother is making the pictures for my account and I make his.

Instincts: Sibling love pays off … What do you say to Tarentino and genderroles?

Susi: Emancipated women, I think are mega. It is nice that the focus in his films stays on the women and they are allowed to take the superior position.

What did I just choose for a category …

Instincts: And it goes on playfully. What do you say about corsage and choker?

Susi: I think corsets are great, I think they are beautiful and women should wear them more often. I think that most women do not dare to wear a corsage on the open road and that is why they are somewhat forgotten. Of course, steampunkers like to wear some, because they attract attention and dance out of line.

Instincts: Would you wear a corsage in your everyday life?

Susi: Definitely. My style of clothing moves a bit in that direction. In addition, corsets are figure-shaping.

Instincts: We have a similar view. For a while corsairs were frowned upon, understandably for social reasons, but who should bluntly, freely wear them on the street.

Susi: For me, the corsage is no longer just in the bedroom, for aesthetic and stylish reasons, the corsage is not wicked or banned for me.

Instincts: And what about chokers?

Susi: Not my thing.

Instincts: What is your Dedication

Susi: I put a lot of heart and work into my cosplay.

2018-07-18T15:23:45+00:00