Fair posters – Diario Córdoba

Fair posters – Diario Córdoba
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For a few years now, they have been trying to create posters that get people talking; but for the worse. A few years ago he was a boy who was so beautiful that he looked like an aunt, but duller than a ciborium. Well now they have put in a beautiful dark-skinned woman but lonelier than anyone else. And since she is Mexican, she has gotten involved because they say they should have included a Cordoba. But the girl responds to the canon of lifelong Cordoba beauty. That’s not the point, milk! What would have been traditional and avant-garde is not that the girl was from the Casa el Viejo or the Zumbacón but rather to capture the popular of the Fair. As Lorca would say, merge mythological goddesses with neighbors from the neighborhood. And the popular reality is the joy of the people. The poster should capture those young, mature and elderly women, fed up with so much struggle, dressed in XXXL gypsy outfits because they have love handles everywhere and not exactly from being still but from eating at odd hours and poorly because of working like mules and on top of that being smiling so that the home does not sink. Oh, but the fair has arrived! And a lot of those women are left excited when they leave their hair salon and go through a tube of sugar, salt, cholesterol, osteoarthritis, tension, thyroid, breast cancer… They mean the most beautiful poster because without them the fair is neither fair nor anything. So next year, let’s stop talking about sexist and racist controversies and make a poster that reflects our truths, which are also precious. But if the local representatives or whoever decides, resist, they do not deserve us, they are not worth us because they ignore the truth of our streets. And the first thing a politician has to have, more than a master’s degree in Ireland, is to know the land he governs. So at least for once, it’s damn time they made a poster in which a flock of short, plump women, with glasses and dressed up, are on their way to their fair to take a break of happiness in a life full of problems that, after the party, stays with them.

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