sportula:

also to all my new followers

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hello

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welcome

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i’ve been waiting for you

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wetheurban:

ART: Sky Art Illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu

Genius French artist Thomas Lamadieu has illustrated a series of scenes in the sky directly onto photographs of urban landscapes.

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thechurchofsplatterdaysaints:

Louboutin/Lynch 2007 

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flannelsandjeans:

we can only sext if we roleplay as key figures from the cold war 

Into it

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Society often blurs the lines between drag queens and trans women. This is highly problematic, because many people believe that, like drag queens, trans women go home, take off their wigs and chest plates, and walk around as men. Trans womanhood is not a performance or costume. — Janet Mock, Redefining Realness (via inextinguishabledesires)

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salesonfilm:

Films in 2014—#074 Johnny Guitar (Nicolas Ray, 1954)

salesonfilm:

Films in 2014—#074 Johnny Guitar (Nicolas Ray, 1954)

karaj:

do whatever you have to do to own this copy of spin from 1997. look at it whenever you are having a bad day. it is an actual revelation. 

karaj:

do whatever you have to do to own this copy of spin from 1997. look at it whenever you are having a bad day. it is an actual revelation. 

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Janet Mock is not playing the game of respectability politics. She could, if she wanted, be a kind of trans woman Bill Cosby, at pains to make an example of her normalcy, eager to give an image makeover to trans people at large. “I have been held up consistently as a token,” she says in her new memoir Redefining Realness, “as the ‘right’ kind of trans woman (educated, able-bodied, attractive, articulate, heteronormative).” But having grown up low-income, multiracial, and trans, Mock knows too much about being the wrong kind of woman to glory in exceptionalism. Since the 2011 profile in Marie Claire in which she announced herself as a trans woman, she’s started the #GirlsLikeUs Twitter campaign and become a spokesperson and activist for trans issues. The profile more or less maintained the rhetoric of respectability, leading with her “supportive man” and “enviable career” as editor of People.com. But now Mock is telling her own story, and she does not omit the dark, the delicate, and the potentially disreputable.

Rachel Luban reviews Redefining Realness by divine human Janet Mock. (via therumpus)

Literary types appreciating the greatness.

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littlesati:

Come to me.

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