mildly articulate. eccentric interests and aesthetics. cunt pride.
I live for you, mama.
Destroyed Paintings by César Biojo
Cesar Biojo paints beautiful women’s portraits which particularity is the fact that he destroys his paintings after it’s done by a brush’s stroke. His oil paintings are between creation and destruction.
is this a sexy death threat
Where’d you see this? Links, please - Everyone at Bounce knows I haven’t even been near Ohio for over two months. Siri will be back in September, hopefully, when school starts up again. She’s got some stuff at Bounce planned for y’all as well as Cocktails, hopefully. I’ll keep everyone updated so y’all can come see me compete or perform.
I mean, thanks for coming, I’m so sorry you were misinformed. Please let me know where you heard I was there so I can fix whatever.
Both are such broad labels that are massively simplified to suit whoever wants your money or your vote. Have you really studied either enough to be making an assessment for yourself?
Girl I want to. What do you wanna see?
If God created the physical universe, it follows that God must be in accordance with the discoveries we make about the physical universe. Of course, we’re wrong with our discoveries every once in a while, and that doesn’t mean we can say “oop humans make mistakes so let’s just go by this book right here because it says what God says” but it makes sense to me that our search both for philosophic and physical truth doesn’t rule out God at all
can I just leave this here
Right now I’m reading 1984 because people keep telling me to and it’s v good. Here’s some of my fave books
- King Matt the First by Janusz Korczak
- Redefining Realness by Janet Mock
- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (y’all shoulda read this in school though)
- The Autobiography of Malcolm X
- The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
- The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
- Poet of Freedom by Fredrich Schiller (includes Don Carlo and his letters on Don Carlo)
- Any Poe compendium tbh
- Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin
- Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut
I didn’t you guys I didn’t get to hook up last night and now I have to shave all over again fuck this y’all
I’m agnostic, yes. At least, right now, I am. Y’all might remember me being a theist, and I have no problem with returning to theism should the thought arise.
Because all trans* experiences are subjective, this is totally up to you. I don’t mind being under the trans* umbrella, it just makes sense to me because I feel as if anyone who’s identity deviates from their gender assignment at birth is trans*. That’s what trans* is to me, and being genderqueer falls under that category, whether it involved a physical transition or not.
Eventually your identity is your identity - if this is an important question for you it’s yours to answer, not mine. At the end of the day, these labels are more for ease and comfort than for pinning down exact accurate realities - the english language doesn’t provide us with enough words to really describe our subjective trans* experiences anyway.
wowwowowwoza the only academic trans person you could come up with is a huff post writer? get real close and listen real good:
things ppl say that alerts you to them being the actual worst:
- john was my favourite beatle
- abolishing religion would solve a lot of problems
- i’m not a racist i hate all races equally
- disliking someone because of their political affiliation is ridiculous
- but if you think about it stereotypes do exist for a reason
- god, can you believe people on welfare own iphones
- but what about mens rights
- why can’t white people say the n-word
- i’m just being the devils advocate