Every middle-aged coworker who vaguely cares about pop culture will point to your shoes and shout “What does the fox say?!” so I suggest you only wear these around the house
I HATE THAT SONG
(Source: google-suggest, via sashayed)
Notes: Why do I need the “A Bit More” setting when it already has twelve browning levels? Why don’t I just go to the next browning level? OH BUT THIS WAFFLE MAKER GOES TO ELEVEN, YOU SEE. — The 2013 Hater’s Guide To The Williams-Sonoma Catalog (via nanner)
Why I Never Want to Be Just Like Straight People -
"Queer liberation, for me at least, has always been about exploding broken, dangerous, harmful systems that have kept us oppressed and ashamed of who we are — and I’m not just talking about queer people. Ideally, if and when we are truly equal, it will mean we will no longer judge those — queer or not — who are in "traditional" or "nontraditional" relationships, who do or don’t align with or conform to long-held idea(l)s about what a man or woman should look or act like, who are open and honest about their desires and longings and needs…
If you’re queer and want kids, a career and a house and to serve in the military, have at it. But don’t forget those who helped you achieve all of that, and don’t think for a moment that we’re living in some kind of post-queer Shangri-La where your queerness is no longer important, or that you’re really equal. Whether you like it or not (or acknowledge it or not), there are too many people around the world — from Russia to Uganda to Mississippi — who will testify otherwise (if they’re not too afraid to open their mouths for fear of being attacked or killed, that is).
What’s more, our queerness is what makes us special. You, by your very existence as a queer person, exist in opposition to what governments and religions and cultures have told us is necessary and desirable and true. Even if you choose not to believe it or behold it, being queer is a calling to lead each other and everyone else toward a better future — not one where our sexualities and our gender presentations and our sex lives evaporate or are erased or don’t matter, but one where all of it matters, all of it is celebrated exactly as we discover it or dream it or make it so.”
EXCUSE ME, BUT NO.
(Source: FANTASIA, via compulsive-thrifting)