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10 Day Nude Protest ~ Beijing

A woman strips naked and locks herself in a metal cage for 10 days?? Sounds like something some of us may be into right? I guess I am speaking for myself here.

Anywho - Chinese artist and "blogger", Hairong Tiantian, is committing herself to a 10 day protest in an oddly shaped metal cage, in the nude, in the streets of Beijing. Her installation/art performance is situated in the art district of Dashanzi, known as 798 Art Zone. It is to protest over womens' roles in China and is an expression for women to walk free from their dependence on men.

This is not the first time Hairong does a stunt, I mean, art installation such as this. In another installation, Hairong partnered with performance artist, Ye Fu, to live in a glass case for a one month-long exhibition designed to "shock" their audience and make them think about the changes that have taken place in Chinese society.

On another occasion, she also rose to some fame a few years back when she blogged and requested men to send in pictures of "soft-ons"? What is a "soft-on" you ask? c'mon now...should I explain? Well she received well over 2,000 pictures of men in their aummm...limpness. And of course men, who can never seem to follow instructions (right women?), sent in some, you guessed it, in their erect stage. To that she is quoted saying:

I think an erection is just a moment. I want to see how men are most of the time, but I may compare these pictures with the erect ones in the future...An erect penis is a momentary power, it doesn't make any huge change. - Hairong Tiantian

I wonder if she emphasized HUGE.

But I can't really blame the guys to follow instructions. The pictures she has on her blog are very provocative, seductive, sexy, hot, sensuous, spicy, steamy...yeah...aumm..oops! heh heh, got carried away there for a bit, sorry. Bottom-line, she is pretty damn hot and likes to be in the nude!

Did I mention she is also a former magazine model?

During her 10-day nude cage performance/protest, she will be pushed around by a man, who kindly volunteered, throughout the streets of Beijing.

For those interested in scoping out more about her or her performances, you can visit her blog:

Hairong Blog

Or for those daring enough to send in photos of themselves, you can do so at:

Too bad she does not reply...not that I would know though!

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