The artist formerly known as mjp
Ha, yeah, I didn't think they were subtle. But they were just avatars. I think I was a guitar volume knob for a while too.subtle clues through his/her avatars...
The best way I can explain it is like this: if you were released from prison after, oh, 55 years, would you go back and spend your weekends there? Probably not. The experience of prison will always be part of you, and you might sometimes still behave as if you're in prison, but you'll do everything you can to avoid going back.But somehow I had this idea, that mjp would still exist too.
That both "personae" would live here and post here, depending on mood and subject matter.
There's definitely no master plan. There wasn't a plan to expose myself like this right now, but here we are.no one could expect you to come up with a ready-made masterplan all of a sudden.
I'm not sure how someone can even become a different person. I mean, over our lives we change our outlook on things and some of our actions, but we're not fundamentally different people (The Autobiography of Malcolm X notwithstanding). Tattoos make you look different, but you're still the same person, and changing the clothes you wear can make you look different, but you're still the same underneath them.she's the same person.
What I'm doing now is just bringing the outside more in line with what's always been inside. It's a trans cliche, but I guess it's a cliche for a reason.