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fickle with my obsessions =^.^=

There is a reason why heterosexual people are obsessed with asking similar-sex couples, “So, who’s the man?” They want to know who fucks and who, as it were, is fucked. Because sex is power – specifically, the exercise of male power upon women – then any time power is exercised, it invokes the spectre of male and female roles. When sex is defined by power, determine who has the power in the fuck and who does not, or who gains social status in the fuck and who loses it, and you will discover who must compulsorily be fucked by whom.

—The Ethical Prude: Imagining An Authentic Sex-Negative Feminism (via ehosk)

(Source: ninjabikeslut, via ehosk)

lostinurbanism:

LORD THING by DeWitt Beall 

"Produced at the height of the black power movement in the early ‘70s, this film is an insider history into the genesis and transformation of the Conservative Vice Lords gang.  Partially shaped and told by by CVL members who also appear in the film, LORD THING is a unique and powerful tool that expresses an effort in self-transformation during a volatile and violent time in US race history.  Gritty and rhythmic, this unusual film reflects an under-told chapter in gang history as members from the West Side neighborhood of North Lawndale try to become viable and political agents in their community."

bakamagic:

Happy birthday, Miyavi

33  

Avoiding people. I avoid people that I actually like. I suppose that’s a phobia, but it’s also a habit.

—Morrissey, 1984 (when asked what his worst habit was)

(Source: smashing-yng-man, via brickiewang)