— Frances E. Kendall, Understanding White Privilege (via brute-reason)
‘The banality of the banality of evil ’ Oil on oil on canvas, 2013
The Hidden Cameras - Gay Goth Scene
A seriously good read about being oneself living the fabulous awesome life one wants to live but struggling with the people one is surrounded by.
(I would look at where you are now and think, “Wow, she’s so successful. She must be at least, like, making money as a musician.” But what you’re saying is, “It’s a really hard life.”)
Yeah, I think that comes across in both MEN records. For me at least, when I look at it as a whole, I think “Oh, this record’s so fun!” But when I look at each song individually, I’m like, “Whoa, I’m so depressed.” It’s a reality check for myself. I think the main thing is realizing that, for the most part, it’s hard. It’s hard to be a working artist in New York City. It’s hard to be a working artist anywhere. It’s hard to be freelance. It’s hard to be an adult. It’s hard to know whether or not your art is good.
The proudly queer and feminist performer’s new album is made for dancin’.
Good News, everyone!
Oh, and by the way: I need that album! NOW! *grabby hands*
petition to rename allies sidekicks
- sidekicks help u win ur fights but are never the heros
- sidekick sounds more sporty
- sidekicks are expected to screw up occasionally
- u can fire ur sidekick
- 'straight sidekick' is way more alliterative
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