Gaslighting is my least favorite type of lighting. — erin mallory long (@erinmallorylong) 20 de enero de 2017 This was a day off work, but was it, really? I got a lot done, despite not leaving my room before 11 am. It’s almost as if my body and mind refused to step outside for a… Read More The point: We outnumber him!
Civil rights are human rights.
Originally posted on TIME:
Major League Baseball umpire Dale Scott is the first active male official to come out as gay in the four major professional American sports leagues. Scott discussed his sexuality in an interview with OutSports published Tuesday. He previously came out in the October issue of Referee magazine, in which the umpire…
Sometimes words get in the way, my words at least. Through an A.V. Club link I discovered this magnificent review of Yeezus by the late Lou Reed. Enjoy. Kanye West is a child of social networking and hip-hop. And he knows about all kinds of music and popular culture. The guy has a real wide… Read More “It works because it’s beautiful — you either like it or you don’t — there’s no reason why it’s beautiful”
He, Otto Pérez Molina, president of Guatemala, reminds me of this American Psycho exchange: Timothy Bryce: He makes himself out to be a harmless old codger, but inside… inside… Patrick Bateman: [voice-over] … “but inside” doesn’t matter. He has taken this country, in a little over a year, in a continued path, a downward spiral… Read More People of Earth: do not listen to this man
He is one of my favorite writers. Also, he has tweeted stuff that I find quite disturbing. Be that as it may, in a recent essay titled In the Reign of the Gay Magical Elves, he voices his discontent (to say the least), with the “the reign of The Gay Man as Magical Elf, who… Read More Bret Easton Ellis has a point (several, actually)
I was at work (at a newspaper) while Jodie gracefully received her lifetime-achievement award, Sunday night at the Golden Globes. There was a simultaneous transmission, people were talking, I was tweeting. Suffice it to say I did not grasp completely the nuances of her words, but I felt moved by them. When I arrived home,… Read More I did it my way (insight from Jodie’s speech)