‘We women are actually very unhappy creatures . . . . Isn’t there another path for us? Is there a path at all?’
I chose Whores Glory for its many layers; and its disturbing, yet captivating nature. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I first pressed ‘play’, but as the documentary progressed, it dove deep into a dark world of women sacrificing their bodies to survive. Although the circumstances of each woman differed across the globe, I couldn’t help but feel that they are all trapped in the same place, masking their misery with make-up. Be it Thailand where working girls socialise in a glass cage, while lurking sex tourists select them as if they were items on a menu; or India with it’s dingy cramped hallways lined with child prostitutes.
Whores Glory is an eye opening documentary offering an insight into a desperate, complex industry prevalent in all corners of the world. It was difficult and uncomfortable to watch, but it opened my eyes and mind in ways I didn’t expect.
Brand new street fashion label LEAD watches are launching their first limited edition run of art inspired time pieces.
The first series features artwork for street art heavy weight Mr Penfold, aswell as Clumsy Kate, Rootz and not forgetting your favourite Sheffield based street terror Mila K!
The watches are made from plastic with silicone straps and metal buckles, each one is guaranteed for 2 years. Retailing for £40 each, and available on pre-order now for £10 from LEAD watches online store here.
Click the link below to head over to the LEAD watches site, or click the images below.