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Straightjacket Romance

*This video contains Mature/Adult content (nudity). Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man. Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes. Issues of identity and gender are brought

Straightjacket Romance

*This video contains Mature/Adult content (nudity). Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man. Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes. Issues of identity and gender are brought

Overqualified, Over Due, Over It

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man. Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes. Issues of identity and gender are brought into question. Her sets are recreated

Overqualified, Over Due, Over It

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man. Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes. Issues of identity and gender are brought into question. Her sets are recreated

Paper Pusher

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are recreated

Paper Pusher

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are recreated

Suit Run Suit

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are recreated

Suit Run Suit

Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are recreated

Hitting Time

  Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are

Hitting Time

  Mary Coyle – in her reoccurring role as a suited man.  Coyle inserts herself into the work as ‘actor,’ allowing for the re-invention of self through stereotypes.  Issues of identity and gender are brought into question.  Her sets are