greenfreak13 asked: “Are you really Neil Gaiman? I am feeling very suspicious.”
Ah, you’ve caught me. I am an international consortium of playboys, who have banded together to fight crime anonymously. “Neil Gaiman” is merely an identity we use when necessary to gain entry to underground lairs and casinos.
3 weeks ago · 6,023 notes · Reblogged from neil-gaiman
i always feel inclined to reblog this because it is literally the best hair flip in the history of hair flips
2 months ago · 196,698 notes · Source · Reblogged from faultyfeminist
Jacob Bakkila cried to me on the phone for months. When I found him out in July and texted him saying I knew he was behind Pronunciation Book, he called me almost immediately and begged me not to disclose that he and his partner Tom Bender were behind the channel.
Two weeks ago,…
2 months ago · 1,119 notes · Source · Reblogged from inurashii
Men celebrated our sexual liberation — our willingness to freely give and enjoy blow jobs and group sex, our willingness to experiment with anal penetration — but ultimately many males revolted when we stated that our bodies were territories that they could not occupy at will. Men who were ready for female sexual liberation if it meant free pussy, no strings attached, were rarely ready for feminist female sexual agency. This agency gave us the right to say yes to sex, but it also empowered us to say no.
2 months ago · 6,529 notes · Source · Reblogged from alcindora
Hey, look what’s going on, more lesbians being erased. Humboldt Pride removes two lesbians from pride board for their unrelated gender politics.
2 months ago · 7 notes · Reblogged from evilfeminist
Some of us left weeping. And some of us left singing. One of us left with her hand held over her mouth and hysterically laughing. A few of us left drunk. Others of us left quietly, with our heads bowed, embarrassed and ashamed. There was an old man from Gilroy who left on a stretcher. There was another old man—Natsuko’s husband, a retired barber in Florin—who left on crutches with an American Legion cap pulled down low over his head. “Nobody win war. Everybody lose,” he said. Most of us left speaking only English, so as not to anger the crowds that had gathered to watch us go. Many of us had lost everything and left saying nothing at all. All of us left wearing white numbered identification tags tied to our collars and lapels.
— Julie Otsuka, The Buddha in the Attic
in the section about the Japanese relocation (via aggressivebutterfly
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