So I’m honestly feeling very depressed and I just
Fuck I really feel like I want to cry
I haven’t questioned my sexuality this much in such a small period of time but I??? I don’t know
I feel like going to the couple Quasa events here rly kind of. Made me. Face Myself as a queer person, in the context of other queer people, and as something Real That Other People Are
And before like some small underlying part of me was still thinking it was shameful, or wrong, to be me—that I was broken or just bad inside, and it’s
Realizing that YEAH, I do kind of hate myself, and just realizing that I shouldn’t, that I’m fine
And fuck
Just
I’ve never felt the same about
About men I guess as I did girls and just am I a lesbian then????? Am I pan/bi????
I’m here and I’m in my dorm suite and I’m in the bathroom trying not to sob openly and sort of panicking and I have no one to really talk to about it
I feel like there’s this earthquake inside of me and it’s just shaking me because I’ve never really figured this all out
How long is it going to take?

dapperasf:

a podcast recorded with a $60 dollar mic in a harlem apartment about an openly queer radio host with a poc love interest as literally the most normal part of the show made it to be the number one most dowloaded podcast in all of america and if you don’t think that’s the tightest shit you can get out of my face

(via goddamnplebian)

20aliens:

POSITIONS BY ISABELLE WENZEL
 German photographer Isabelle Wenzel sets up surreal scenes in which she requests her sitters to engage in a very physical pose: they hang upside down, contort like acrobats or stick their high-heeled legs out of homemade cardboard constructions. Their faces don’t matter. Often Wenzel works by herself: She presses the self-release and has only 10 seconds to get into position to take the shot. Taking the body as a responsive form, she uses it to capture movements or postures of anonymous posers in a figural moment. You can see the traces of performance art, of her former acrobatic training, of her fascination with movement and power symbols and her obsession with the perfect moment. The result is an ensemble of ironically and humorously charged images, in which the models are suspended between object and subject, alien and known.

20aliens:

POSITIONS BY ISABELLE WENZEL

 German photographer Isabelle Wenzel sets up surreal scenes in which she requests her sitters to engage in a very physical pose: they hang upside down, contort like acrobats or stick their high-heeled legs out of homemade cardboard constructions. Their faces don’t matter. Often Wenzel works by herself: She presses the self-release and has only 10 seconds to get into position to take the shot. Taking the body as a responsive form, she uses it to capture movements or postures of anonymous posers in a figural moment. You can see the traces of performance art, of her former acrobatic training, of her fascination with movement and power symbols and her obsession with the perfect moment. The result is an ensemble of ironically and humorously charged images, in which the models are suspended between object and subject, alien and known.

(via sexpansion)

acidpunch:

still laughing about yesterday during gender/sexuality studies class when our professor had everyone chant “VAGINA! PENIS! VAGINA!” a few times to make us more comfortable with saying those terms

and this girl just stands up slowly and says “…this… this isn’t math class…”

(via tetsurology)