#no future biz
the times where I realize there is really no way for me to realize my gender (this is a generalized word here) physically are very, very tough for me but it is something I need to be learn to sit with
I know all you can see is the giant REGGAE sign but Thou is happening
"Our proposal is simple: instead of deceiving ourselves about the unknown with this or that Positive Evidence, the unknown itself is something to celebrate. Rather than a primitivist return to an outside that is supposedly mapped into our biology; we’ll pursue an escape into an outside which is at the same time a mystery and an uncertainty. Should we fight less to escape if we don’t know what the outside looks like? One needs only to look at the world which presents itself to know the answer."
from Against the Gendered Nightmare (Bæden: A Journal of Queer Heresy)
one benefit of the place I’m at mentally is that I don’t really care about my personal safety any more and feel a lot of urge to travel alone, I might go to Chicago or the east coast soon, I can’t be here a whole lot longer
re-directing my looks to “trent reznor’s alt mom stage”
these are getting lovingly packed/have some brilliant little stories and art and I am excited for you pre-order folks.
[Image: the black and white cover of the zine Shotgun Seamstress No. 7: The Story of No More Fiction shows so far, told with flyers and words.” The cover image is of a young black woman with an afro who is wearing a long black dress and black boots. She is holding up a sign that says “Flyer art”.]
Osa Atoe forges on with a new issue of Shotgun Seamstress that veers a bit from the previous issues. But no worry, because this one is just as rad! And just as crucial! Inside Osa shares her experience with booking woman-positive, queer-positive, all-ages DIY shows in New Orleans, detailing the joy & struggle found in organizing such a project. It’s handwritten, with flyers printed alongside the stories behind those particular shows. Reading this zine filled me with pure joy. So many times the hard work that we put into DIY projects goes unacknowledged & the projects themselves are often forgotten once they’re in past. And so I’m grateful that Osa has created a zine to document No More Fiction shows & the work she puts into them. This is legitimately one of the most inspiring & important zines I’ve ever read. It will push you to create & build & then share your own story. Highly recommended.
Get it for $5 + shipping over at Stranger Danger!
Post show bathroom selfie. Not bad, Seattle. Not bad. #lh2020 #iplantowin3grammies #turnt
this is it, this is the face
phantom punk guest bed itches
It is similar in that we are both handsome and should be kissed, yes