Los Angeles by way of Georgia and Florida / Production Assistant / Gimme a job
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queervegancunt:

p-okemonica:

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exgynocraticgrrl:

Malcolm X: Our History Was Destroyed By Slavery 

on March 17, 1963 in Chicago.

see how little we get taught about history - I never had any idea why Malcolm X used the ‘X’. 

how come i never knew this damn

you know why. 

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FCKH8 Continues To Be Awful, Demands An Apology & Accuses Colorlines Of Being Homophobic

chescaleigh:

FCKH8 posted a statement on their blog yesterday in response to the Colorlines article that questioned the motives of their “I’m over racism” t-shirt and viral video. If you’re not caught up, here’s a rundown of how this whole thing started.

The post is of course, predictably defensive,…

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unexplained-events:

Heavy Storm, Bermuda Triangle

unexplained-events:

Heavy Storm, Bermuda Triangle

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Drinking cheap wine and thinking about applying make up as like an act of personal interpellation for hailing my body back into the structure of Human Being with categorical Facial Features etc.

I feel very weird lately.

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Gonna wear my dumb big sweater everyday until LA acknowledges it is fall.

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Been thinkin a lot about sincerity in theatricality, how to be incorporeal, and if I want to try and bridge this widening gap between my sense of self and my physicality.

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"Monster" is derived from the Latin noun monstrum, "divine portent," itself formed on the root of the verb monere, "to warn." It came to refer to living things of anomalous shape or structure, or to fabulous creatures like the sphinx who were composed of strikingly incongruous parts, because the ancients considered the appearance of such beings to be a sign of some impending supernatural event. Monsters, like angels, functioned as messengers and heralds of the extraordinary. They served to announce impending revelation, saying, in effect, "Pay attention; something of profound importance is happening."
My Words to Victor Frankenstein: by Susan Stryker  (via arabellesicardi)

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