beau-diddly:

Emerson Lake & Palmer (plus a rather unhappy looking tiger!) -“Tiger In A Spotlight” 1978

This is also my face listening to ELP

(via sexy-momur)

nevver:

Happy Birthday, Marcel Proust: David Bowie Answers the Proust QuestionnaireQ: What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?
A: Living in fear.

nevver:

Happy Birthday, Marcel Proust: David Bowie Answers the Proust Questionnaire
Q: What do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?
A: Living in fear.

Hi

warmandpunchy:

Blues Lawyer Casual #Menswear

I like that they opted for the stereo outs. John Varvatos knows that the phasing issues are worth the 3D effect

warmandpunchy:

Blues Lawyer Casual #Menswear

I like that they opted for the stereo outs. John Varvatos knows that the phasing issues are worth the 3D effect

I do remember one thing.

I do remember one thing.

I made some noise.

laughingsquid:

Barbershop Quartet Performs ‘God Only Knows’ From the Video Game ‘BioShock Infinite’ at PAX East

ah yes, god only knows from the hit video game bioshock infinite, did you know the game composer had a giant sandbox with a piano in the middle

(via newsweek)

favouritethingz:

"Uh huh, honey"

© Kelsey Grupp

This is sick

favouritethingz:

"Uh huh, honey"

© Kelsey Grupp

This is sick

So twitter liked this picture I guess

So twitter liked this picture I guess

The more I was treated as a woman, the more woman I became. A adapted willy-nilly. If I was assumed to be incompetent at reversing cars, or opening bottles, oddly incompetent I found myself becoming. If a case was thought too heavy for me, inexplicably I found it so myself. — Jan Morris, a male-to-female transsexual describing her post-transition experiences in her autobiography, Conundrum (1987)

not to get all TERFy or whatever but putting aside the larger message (learned helplessness is just another form of oppression that society puts on women and fuck that shit, etc.) the speaker is ultimately describing the female experience as an outsider, dysphoria or no

I don’t doubt that society encourages women to think of themselves as helpless/frail but the fact that the person who wrote that thinks it makes them more feminine just reinforces some misogynist bullshit

I’m not misgendering (or I’m not doing it intentionally) but being (not feeling) a woman is a learned behavior and something the speaker drags their non-female biases into

(via poetessinthepit)