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ANI DIFRANCO - “UNTOUCHABLE FACE”

i’m so connected to this song right now. i love when things loop back around.

the first time i heard this song elle and i were driving on 82nd street in southeast portland on halloween of 2008 i believe and had just gone to value village to look for possible custumes but found nothing besides a tube of black lipstick which i had her put on immediately for me before we drove thru burger king which was across the street from a graveyard and also in a wal-mart parking lot. the girl at the window mistaked her diamond tattoo for a volcom logo and we cackled as we drove off eating our value menu foods. 

she slipped in a cd and turned it up knowingly and after a minute or so turned to me noticing my disconnect but intrigue and was like “fuck. you’ve never. heard. this song.” and it was so painful for me to listen to at first but now it’s so multidimensional and special. also someone rear-ended us as we pulled out of a clothing store and we laughed it off and turned it up again.

— 1 hour ago

WYNNE GREENWOOD - “DRESSER”

TELL ME AGAIN
TELL ME THAT YOU WILL
MOVE AWAY FROM THE WALL.
YOU’VE GOT TO LEAD US ON!
TO WHERE THERE IS NOWHERE!

I THINK I HEARD WE WERE FAMILY. I THINK I GET IT, FINALLY!

WE HAVE HISTORY. DON’T THINK YOU’RE ALONE BECAUSE YOU DON’T HAVE A MEMORY OF ALL THE CHOICES AND OF ALL THE VOICES THAT MADE US A PLACE TO BE IN HERE TOGETHER!

MOVE AWAY FROM IT ALL. YOU’VE GOT TO LEAD US ON!

— 1 hour ago
#QUEER TIME & SPACE  #THE HOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE 

We can mob all in the whip.

Make the money, make a grip.

I be stuntin’ with my clique, getting faded ‘til we trip.

what i was bumpin’ to in 5th period today

Tinashe - 2 On (feat. Schoolboy Q)

this was my total summer song and lit such a thirsty fire under my ass until it caused me to get too faded til i tripped and then had the worst anxiety attack of my life lolol

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— 1 hour ago with 1221 notes

in need of dog so badly ;__;

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— 3 hours ago with 281995 notes
Visible Through

deydey:

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here is the debut of the blog i’m going to be utilizing as i write through my thesis for research/rants/questions/critique of works of art through queer existentialism and object phenomenology. please e-mail me at derek.corns@gmail.com with feedback/questions/concerns until i get a comment submission section up and running. i’m very interested on yr perspectives.

xo

http://visiblethrough.tumblr.com/

just a reminder about this weird thing that i am doing that i actually don’t really understand yet.

— 3 hours ago with 9 notes
sahsashas:

vymmagazine:

lgbtq-spx:

Greetings and Adulation from the House of Velour!
We (Johnny and Sasha Velour) will be debuting our first joint publication at SPX, Vym. Vym, is an art magazine about drag! In Vym, we want to present drag as both a stylized art form and a political action. It is an act rich in both theatre and theory, tied to legacies of sequins and masks, but engaged with issues of gender, race, and class. Drag is something that everyone recognizes, but not everyone knows. We hope to change that. 
Our preview issue is 36 color pages full of essays and art (comics, photography, and collage) and will be found with us at table L6! It features works by both LGBTQ and Allied artists: Jon Chad, Laurel Lynn Leake, Eric Kostiuk WIlliams, and John Lisle to name a few!
About Us:
Artistic Director: Sasha Velour (Sasha Steinberg) is a comics artist and drag queen. Sasha is particularly interested in developing queer literary comics, and is currently working on an epic graphic novel about the Stonewall uprising of 1969 which he is releasing serialy. His works can be found in QU33R, Comics Workbook Magazine, Suspect Device (#3 & #4), and Maple Key Comics.
Editorial Director: Johnny Velour (John Jacob Lee) is a stage performer who spent the majority of his twenties dancing across the country in a pair of gold high heels. He received warm notices for his portrayal of George in the stage version of The Wedding Singer (a role created for the screen by Alexis Arquette). He also acts as choreography consultant, personal milliner, and boyfriend to Sasha Velour. This is Johnny’s first and Sasha’s third time exhibiting at SPX.
Pop by (L6) and give us a kiss, Darlings!

We are so proud to be part of the queer presence at SPX this year! Thanks
tonybreed
for putting together this list of wonderful queer people!

Very excited about this! Can’t wait to share VYM with the world, we’ve put so much love and so many ideas into this project!! Yay dreams come true!

sahsashas:

vymmagazine:

lgbtq-spx:

Greetings and Adulation from the House of Velour!

We (Johnny and Sasha Velour) will be debuting our first joint publication at SPX, Vym. Vym, is an art magazine about drag! In Vym, we want to present drag as both a stylized art form and a political action. It is an act rich in both theatre and theory, tied to legacies of sequins and masks, but engaged with issues of gender, race, and class. Drag is something that everyone recognizes, but not everyone knows. We hope to change that. 

Our preview issue is 36 color pages full of essays and art (comics, photography, and collage) and will be found with us at table L6! It features works by both LGBTQ and Allied artists: Jon Chad, Laurel Lynn Leake, Eric Kostiuk WIlliams, and John Lisle to name a few!

About Us:

Artistic Director: Sasha Velour (Sasha Steinberg) is a comics artist and drag queen. Sasha is particularly interested in developing queer literary comics, and is currently working on an epic graphic novel about the Stonewall uprising of 1969 which he is releasing serialy. His works can be found in QU33R, Comics Workbook Magazine, Suspect Device (#3 & #4), and Maple Key Comics.

Editorial Director: Johnny Velour (John Jacob Lee) is a stage performer who spent the majority of his twenties dancing across the country in a pair of gold high heels. He received warm notices for his portrayal of George in the stage version of The Wedding Singer (a role created for the screen by Alexis Arquette). He also acts as choreography consultant, personal milliner, and boyfriend to Sasha Velour. This is Johnny’s first and Sasha’s third time exhibiting at SPX.

Pop by (L6) and give us a kiss, Darlings!

We are so proud to be part of the queer presence at SPX this year! Thanks
tonybreed
for putting together this list of wonderful queer people!

Very excited about this! Can’t wait to share VYM with the world, we’ve put so much love and so many ideas into this project!! Yay dreams come true!

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— 3 hours ago with 42 notes
malpuesto:

bluecaptions:

In The Simpsons writing room, 1992.

Relevant. deydey

malpuesto:

bluecaptions:

In The Simpsons writing room, 1992.

Relevant. deydey

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— 22 hours ago with 1818 notes