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by fariddelaossa
A painting made with color pencils, color pastels and black ink on thick construction paper that shows some of the trends that pansexuality includes within a mandala framework.

The main circle encloses two figures that represent a transgender man and a transgender woman, without the final reassignment surgery. From these figures there are traces of red color that invade a set of leaves that have the colors of the lesbian and gay flag. Outside the big circle there are man-man, woman-woman and woman-man couples with many male and female symbols all over, which in a certain way show what pansexuality is: to approach and love somebody sexually without taking into account his/her gender preference.

I used red traces coming from the trangender figures because this kid of people have a lot of energy and wonderful values, but at the same they have to suffer a lot because of the discrimination from those who don't accept their decision of changing their gender.

What I intend to show with this picture is that we are living in times in which love has gone beyond the straight parameters of society and that there are people like transgenders who deserve to be loved and who are also children of God.
Medium: Color pencils, color pastels, black ink on cardboard paper
Size: 9'X12'
Price: $70


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