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briangefrich:

poptimism:

Mallory Ortberg has a voice like an old movie actress. (“Male Novelist Jokes” at the Last Bookstore in LA)

I don’t think it’s unreasonable to say that Mallory Ortberg is one of the funniest writers alive, and a wonderful entertainer.

mallelis:

babe
how much do you love me
oh god
are you in prison again?
no
what?
no
lol that was like one time in france
it doesn’t count as prison if you’re in france
anyhow
what are you doing like right now
I’m trying to finish The Importance of Being Earnest
okay well
stop doing that and sue my dad
what?
you should sue my dad
why would I do that?
he’s been telling everyone you’re gay
I am gay
well but he’s being really shitty about it
everyone’s shitty about it
okay 
fine 
well then just sue him because he sucks and I hate him
that doesn’t seem like much of a basis for a legal case
oh my god
are you going to sue him or not
all I want is a boyfriend who will sue my dad
I really don’t think that’s too much to ask
a boyfriend who will sue my dad and also come down to the Savoy to bail me out because they keep saying I owe them like £300 for champagne and sex grease
what?
right?
like I brought my OWN sex grease obviously

Lord Alfred Douglas, Dirtbag

princecanary:

Cowboy Bepop will change you. 

princecanary:

Cowboy Bepop will change you. 

crofesima:

Cowboy Bebop the Movie: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door opening animation by Hiroyuki Okiura (沖浦啓之) and Tetsuya Nishio (西尾鉄也)

Everyone has a stake in ending the stigma against trans identities, but gay people may have a more personal interest. When kids are bullied and called anti-gay slurs, it’s rarely because the victim seemed to be attracted to members of the same sex. It’s because the child did not conform to gender expectations based on the sex they were assigned at birth. The bullies might yell “gay,” but it’s about gender expression.

Of course, it’s also about race and class. The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who are most at risk are working-class people of color. I am a fan of unity across differences, because to tackle a long list of disparities – the ones that currently benefit the straight, white, cisgender, middle- and ruling-class patriarchy – requires broad coalitions to think, live, love and make policy differently.

Laverne Cox for NY Times (via fuckyeahlavernecox)
nikoanesti:

cazadork:

crystal gems sleep sleepy 
sleepy gems

Wonderful

nikoanesti:

cazadork:

crystal gems sleep sleepy 

sleepy gems

Wonderful

annavonsyfert:

heck yea I did

annavonsyfert:

heck yea I did

Dear Goggles what happen on Free why is everyone on fire?

200tinyhorses:

gogglesque:

Dear Hats, Haru does not want to get in the robot.

Did the tall guy who refuses to answer questions have cancer after all? Is that what happen?

Dear Horses: in spirit if not in letter!

it-used-to-be-fun:

Abbi and Ilana are the idols of a largely underserved and under-chronicled female id.”
"Men have managed to get away with prolonged adolescence, on the screen and in life, in a way that women haven’t. “Women always have to be the eye rollers, as the men make a mess,” Poehler said. “We didn’t want that. Young women can be lost, too.”
— Id Girls - the comedy couple behind “Broad City.” (Nick Paumgarten for the new yorker)

"I am… I’m so sorry."

fotojournalismus:

New York City during the 1980s was an entirely different kind of city than it is today. Street photographer Richard Sandler spent much of the decade capturing the urban grit found along the busy sidewalks, bustling street corners, and crowded subway trains throughout the city.

(via mymodernmet)

beatonna:

time for haircut

beatonna:

time for haircut