I’ve been asked to start a monthly writing/oral storytelling night at a bar in Toronto - and I want to start one that is about queers oversharing. Particularly *intimate* details about their life. If you would be willing to participate or are just interested and want to know more, reply to this message, or send me an ask or email me at centslittle AT gmail DOT com.
‘Spin’ by Impossible Dreamers is my new jam.
Help Glad Day get an online version of their bookshop -
Glad Day Bookshop is the world’s oldest lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer bookshop. You can help us survive, stay fiercely independent and grow globally.
Please help one of North America’s oldest independent LGBTQ bookshops set up an online version of itself. This will help it stay independent of Amazon, and give it a wider source of income. I have no money, but I will be supporting it - please support it too!
Exist Yesterday.: Happy April 11: The Top Four 4:11 Songs In My (Admittedly Cloud-And-Other-Factors-Depleted) iTunes Library -
4. Robin Thicke, “Sidestep”
3. Michael Jackson feat. Siedah Garrett, “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”
2. Pulp, “Underwear”
1. Helium, “What Institution Are You From”
4. Kristin Hersh, “Sundrops” (the version on Strings)
3. Miss Kittin, “Play Me a Tape”
2. Sky Ferreira, “Everything is Embarrassing’
1. Bjork, “Human Behavior”
4. Magazine, “A Song from Under the Floorboards” (1980)
3. Frank Sinatra, “Lonely Town” (1957)
2. Outkast, “Hey Ya” (2003)
1. The Beach Boys, “Surf’s Up” (1973)
Accounting for the potential variations via vinyl rips, etc.:
Joe Bataan, “What Good Is a Castle, Pt. 1” (1975)
RAMP, “Daylight” (1977)
Kelis, “Caught Out There” (1999)
Missy Elliott, “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” (1997)
Uilab “St. Elmo’s Fire”
Wu-Tang “Bring Da Ruckus”
DJ Quik “Just Lyke Compton”
Mision of Burma “Trem Two”
4. Kylie Minogue “Can’t Beat the Feeling”
3. Bat for Lashes “Daniel”
1. (tied) Sky Ferreira “Everything is Embarrassing”
1. (tied) Scissor Sisters “Sex and Violence”
I’m stressed so
(Source: tibets, via kyol)
I’m trying out the Mincer. I think I messed up already - you are supposed to use only individual tracks, and I have a lot of album tracks up here. Whoops. But I figure the resulting playlist is bizarre enough for the process to be fun.
praemordeo asked: I liked your blog.
I think this is the most devastating critique I’ve had in awhile.
“Then, in 1970, in a misguided attempt to steal Little Richard’s identity, I grew my pencil-thin moustache. At first it didn’t work right. It’s tough for a white man who isn’t that hairy to grow one. Sure, I shaved with a razor on top and trimmed the bottom with cuticle scissors, just like I do every day now, but it still looked kind of pitiful. Then “Sick,” the friend of mine from the Provincetown tree fort who had moved to Santa Barbara and changed her nickname to “Sique,” gave me some fashion advice when I was staying with her. “Just use a little eyebrow pencil and it will work better,” she advised, and then showed me how. Presto! An “iconic” look: a ridiculous fashion joke that I still wear forty years later. Surprised? Don’t be. It is called a pencil moustache,” isn’t it? And there is only one pencil that does the trick - Maybelline Expert Eyes in Velvet Black. My entire identity depends on this magic little wand of sleaze. It has to be sharpened every time it’s applied, too - which in my case is twice a day or so. More if you’ve been making out. Believe me, I’ve tried expensive, smearproof eyebrow pencils, but they’re too thick, too penetrating, too indelible. There’s only one eyebrow pencil for me - and that’s Maybelline!”
-John Waters, Role Models