C'est en faisant n'importe quoi qu'on devient n'importe qui


Ray Caesar ~ “Art Therapy”

"I grew up in a very difficult and dangerous environment as a child. I developed a kind of trauma and panic disorder ( a kind of agoraphobia ) and more fundamentally a kind of dissociative identity disorder …sort of like multiple personalities but not in its severest form. I tend to know my disassociations as I also developed a strange kind of hyper awareness because I was able to draw pictures of them in such great detail. In essence I developed a very powerful coping method that worked extremely well as a child but it can be very difficult for the adult. Art and making pictures is central to all of this. Art was the one place all the diverse aspects of my personality came together. So, as a child I drew myself into a world that was safe and pictures became the one place I could escape." - Ray Caesar



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It’s a pretty shitty feeling when you’ve just watched a famous ex porn star be allowed in a campaign to reaffirm her autonomy by embracing her time in the adult industry as a choice she is proud of, only to view the ending clip reading “find a better alternative.” Generally the only time people put money behind putting an ex adult film star in front of a camera is to discuss tragedies and injustices that happened to them while working in the industry, which is important and deserves attention, but I was excited by the chance of an ex adult star not having to publicly rebuke their experience just to be allowed to seem worth listening to. Yet the campaign pretty much dismisses what she says as an example of what women shouldn’t *have* to do to make an equal wage, yet her whole point was that it was a choice. I get what they’re getting at, but did they have to blatantly /use/ sex workers to make their point? Heavily let down by this one, personally. *shrug*

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“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs, and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate beings condemning them to spend their lives in search for their other halves.”

~Plato’s The Symposium.

How many times will I reblog this? “Always.”

always reblogging this

I love how they aren’t gender specific

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Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.

— Malcolm X

This is the proud culmination of many, many, hours of work. I’ve spent days reading, compiling, archiving, and sorting over 460 educational links into one centralized resource. It covers topics, simple to complex, on the following subjects:

  • Class
  • Feminism
  • Race
  • Trans
  • Sexuality
  • Disability
  • General Social Justice

List of Educational Resources

If anyone has any links or improvements they’d like to add, put it in my inbox or add a comment on one of the pages. All contributions are welcome, but I’m mostly looking to improve the ‘sexuality’ page as there are only 5 links there :(

VERY COOL! I’d love to see a list of resources as related to colonialism and imperialism as well…no idea what icons would be appropriate. 

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Adrian Chesterman ~ “The Inferno”, cover art (1973)


Adrian Chesterman ~ “The Inferno”, cover art (1973)


Uma parte de mim
é todo mundo:
outra parte é ninguém:
fundo sem fundo.

uma parte de mim
é multidão:
outra parte estranheza
e solidão.

Uma parte de mim
pesa, pondera:
outra parte

Uma parte de mim
é permanente:
outra parte
se sabe de repente.

Uma parte de mim
é só vertigem:
outra parte,

Traduzir-se uma parte
na outra parte
- que é uma questão
de vida ou morte -
será arte?

Ferreira Gullar

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