Why New York?

I love New York City with a burning passion. It’s the one place I will never say no to. Why? Because the possibilities are literally endless. If you want to marvel at the arts there’s a million places to do so, if you are a foodie check out the East Village, Little Italy, or Chinatown, if you want something offbeat to do check out the Museum of Sex or Enchantment, both offer a crazy experience.

This time around I chose to enjoy Times Square, the Museum of Sex and the East Village. The Museum of sex is currently featuring an exhibit called NSFW: The Female Gaze and it was one to behold, it showcased works from new artists that focus on breaking gender and social norms. Allowing for each woman to showcase her most natural self. My personal favorite artist in the bunch is Polly Nor, I’ve mostly seen her work passing through my Facebook feed but being able to enjoy her work up close was a great experience. In addition one piece of art in the installment that garnered some chuckles from my mother was Shona McAndrew’s Norah. She’s a large paper mache sculpture wearing nothing but I “heart” NY shirt, worn-out underwear, and a pair of gym socks. The small qualities of Norah remind every woman of themselves, such as her pubic hair peeking out of her underwear and her relaxed posture on her armchair.

After that we chose to go to the East Village to check out a store called Enchantments, it’s known for being the oldest witchcraft, unfortunately pictures can’t be taken inside but I was very excited to get a new personalized candle, it was inscribed with runes, my name, symbols, and my zodiac sign, as well as various oils inside. Mine was made with the intention to keep me safe while I travel. It was a wonderful addition to my home and I’m very happy to have it.

New York is full of wonders as long as you have the energy to search for them. Just remember it is the city that never sleeps so bring some redbull with you.

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