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Teen girls finally have a home

Well, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. 


There's a new online art project called "Webcam Tears," which features a string of webcam videos of girls crying. Yep. Crying. The videos range from girls all-out sobbing to silent tears running down their cheeks. There are videos as well as animated GIFs.


According to reports, the project was inspired by a New York video artist who recorded her sadness for a whole year. Of "365 Days: A Catalogue of Tears," Laurel Nakadate wrote, "In a time where showing genitals on the Internet is not shocking anymore, tears are a new form of pornography."


The new project is intended to portray contemporary sadness in a "voyeuristic Internet culture." The project does not actively seek out teen girls, but the site is full of them.


Clearly, teenage girls have way too much time on their hands. Take a look at the project here: http://tempuri.org/tempuri.html


Our take on it? Well, it's good to know that teenage girls finally have a place to call home for all their drama. They can now cry it out in front of a webcam, then post it for all the world to see and share. How wonderful


Where's the site for bad young actresses? Perhaps the two Tumblr sites should link up?

Posted: Mar 29 2012, 02:11 PM by Red On The Head | with no comments
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