Video by Andrés Rangel.

“Por no” derives from the universal topic of sex, being treated as something that needs to be spoken about eloquently, because when one doesn’t speak about doubts, concerns, propositions, suggestions, ideas, fantasies and desires… It simply creates a taboo which will continue to grow, stemming from sexism and ignorance. ‘Por no’ is an aesthetic and conceptual experience, supported by aspects from Postporn and NeoCamp philosophies, and attempts to incite to a more creative (auto)exploration, and to better orgasms.