Janet Villalobos is a cis-gender local Chicanx 17 year old Chicago artist. She sometimes writes. but mostly she tries to incorporate art and text together based on recent issues that need to be exposed. She also does self portraits, and a mix of other things she finds interesting to work on. She used to sell Frida Kahlo shirts, but she is currently planning on making better quality material. Right now she's only selling stickers. If you're interested in one of the stickers, or curious on when the shirts will be available again, or have other inquiries contact her on Instagram, Facebook, or by personal email: firstname.lastname@example.org
listen to janet speak about her art
This poem talks about how women in society are ridiculed and shamed for trying to stand up for themselves, in terms of equality, instead of being supported. It also talks about how one can hear the immense sadness and tiredness in their voices as one.