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January 19th, 2012

katewadkins: My latest at Hyperallergic; do not miss this…



katewadkins:

My latest at Hyperallergic; do not miss this show!

hyperallergic:

Queer Art Grows in Brooklyn

Queer arts have been gaining momentum and paying healthy homage to history as they take root in Brooklyn. On the heels of an eventful December with World AIDS Day events throughout the city, Illegitimate And Herstorical opened at A.I.R. Gallery on January 5. Curated by Emily Roysdon (a collaborator with MEN and a founder of “feminist genderqueer” artist collective LTTR), Illegitimate And Herstorical is one of the strongest group shows culled from open-call submissions that I’ve seen of late. READ MORE

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January 19th, 2012

gotagirlcrush: Got a Girl Crush On: Hardcore Juliet With the…



gotagirlcrush:

Got a Girl Crush On: Hardcore Juliet

With the help of producer Rob Sharpe, 8-year-old Juliet sets her sights on the Australian hardcore scene with a brutal, no-holds-barred track about how much she loves her dog Robert.

This is so adorably metaI! ROBERTTTTTTTT

(via thedailywhat)

January 19th, 2012

deadhorsebrooklyn: I love everything Graham Greene and was…



deadhorsebrooklyn:

I love everything Graham Greene and was really taken by the new adaptation of Brighton Rock. Sam Riley as Pinkie Brown… are you shitting me? New obsession formed…shrine being built as I write…all that.

And… well, I can’t stop myself from making the Graham Greene/Morrissey connection, cause you know I can’t resist touting Moz as a genius.

Now My Heart is Full

Huzzah!

A spy, a moralist, and a conflicted cultural Catholic, Mr. Greene is obviously my spirit animal and Karolina: best development in a while!

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January 19th, 2012

"To most middle-class feminists, as to most middle-class non-feminists, working-class women remain…"

“To most middle-class feminists, as to most middle-class non-feminists, working-class women remain mysterious creatures to be “reached out to” in some abstract way. No connection. No solidarity.”

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Irena Klepfisz, Jewish lesbian poet and activist, from the essay “The Distances Between Us”, 1985. (via feministquotes

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January 19th, 2012

Funny what lurks beneath when you have a song about sharks.



Funny what lurks beneath when you have a song about sharks.