The Market, Part 1

picture of an old lady, dumaguete city

She hasn’t slept. You could tell by the red in her eyes. She’s been haggling since the night before, and she’s showing no signs of putting up with the stress and the sheer exhaustion of it all. And I, the photographer, can do nothing but observe her way of life, careful not to trod, aware of my ethical boundaries. When will women like her ever get the recognition they deserve? Why do we praise the Corporate Woman so much? This is where feminism failed.

picture of a woman on her smartphone, dumaguete city

picture of an old lady, dumaguete city

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Photographed at the Dumaguete Public Market, Dumaguete City. June 11, 2016. Photography by Teegee Villanueva. All rights reserved.

 

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