In which Snoop Dogg doesn’t give a fuck about your gender policing, and 50 Cent continues to be way too concerned about the sexuality of other male rappers.
reading foucault in my undies on my yoga mat.
"I’m not attempting to disparage any queer POC rappers or songwriters with my post, I think their art and input is invaluable, I’m just wondering what, if any, role I have in this dialogue."
what a straight white male posted on facebook, leading me to immediately unfriend him.
just in case this weren’t crystal clear, your role dear straight while male is to shut the fuck up for like a second and listen and then take a real AND a metaphysical seat.
I think of the area of magic as a metaphor for the homosexual situation. You know, magic which is banned and dangerous, difficult and mysterious. I can see that use of magic in the Cocteau films, in Kenneth Anger and very much in Eisenstein. Maybe it is an uncomfortable, banned area which is disruptive, and maybe it is a metaphor for the gay situation.
- Derek Jarman, 1985
"maybe i’m taking up too much space in this conversation, but…"
privileged people who don’t actually care about taking up too much space in a conversation (via ethiopienne)
Guilty of this. :/
Debbie fucking Harry
1962-1963Franz Erhard Walther: Werkmonographie, Herausgegeben von Götz Adriani, DuMont Kunst/Praxis, Cologne, 1972