twiinflameznyc:

Art & Sexuality Model Paris Williams. Shot by @jvline
twiinflameznyc:

Art & Sexuality Model Paris Williams. Shot by @jvline
twiinflameznyc:

Art & Sexuality Model Paris Williams. Shot by @jvline

twiinflameznyc:

Art & Sexuality
Model Paris Williams.
Shot by @jvline

(via un-gendered)

nowheretaylor:

this show is a gift nowheretaylor:

this show is a gift

I do not mean to exchange insults, and I use the epithet racist only after careful consideration. Nonviolence is an inherently privileged position in the modern context. Besides the fact that the typical pacifist is quite clearly white and middle class, pacifism as an ideology comes from a privileged context. It ignores that violence is already here; that violence is an unavoidable, structurally integral part of the current social hierarchy; and that it is people of color who are most affected by that violence. Pacifism assumes that white people who grew up in the suburbs with all their basic needs met can counsel oppressed people, many of whom are people of color, to suffer patiently under an inconceivably greater violence, until such time as the Great White Father is swayed by the movement’s demands or the pacifists achieve that legendary “critical mass.”


People of color in the internal colonies of the US cannot defend themselves against police brutality or expropriate the means of survival to free themselves from economic servitude. They must wait for enough people of color who have attained more economic privilege (the “house slaves” of Malcolm X’s analysis) and conscientious white people to gather together and hold hands and sing songs. Then, they believe, change will surely come. People in Latin America must suffer patiently, like true martyrs, while white activists in the US “bear witness” and write to Congress. People in Iraq must not fight back. Only if they remain civilians will their deaths be counted and mourned by white peace activists who will, one of these days, muster a protest large enough to stop the war. Indigenous people need to wait just a little longer (say, another 500 years) under the shadow of genocide, slowly dying off on marginal lands, until-well, they’re not a priority right now, so perhaps they need to organize a demonstration or two to win the attention and sympathy of the powerful. Or maybe they could go on strike, engage in Gandhian noncooperation? But wait-a majority of them are already unemployed, noncooperating, fully excluded from the functioning of the system.

— Peter Gelderloos, How Non-Violence Protects the State (via zahgurim)

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falloutmagiboy:

this is your daily reminder to not forget about ferguson. Keep it going!

(via urbanvagina)

gayinsect:

im pretty sure bromance is the perfect example of how embarrassingly fragile masculinity is. you know what a female bromance is called? a friendship 

(via marvel-at-the-border)

englishsnow:

by Ekaterina Pronina englishsnow:

by Ekaterina Pronina englishsnow:

by Ekaterina Pronina englishsnow:

by Ekaterina Pronina englishsnow:

by Ekaterina Pronina

proletarianprincess:

how to get people into communism: there will be no adverts ever. never again will you need to see a car advert where youre not even sure what the fuck theyre advertising till they say “buy a toyota you fuck” because youve spent the last 3 minutes watching some surreal garbage with dark lighting and eerie music

(via communistwomanifesto)

latenebreuse:

Lisa Oppenheim. Billowing (Version II), 2011/12.

(via teenageshitbeak)

“your mother
didn’t spend
9 months
forming your body
inside of her
just so you could
hate and destroy it”
— bzq (via bl-ossomed)

(via slippingsynapses)