The Adventures of Eppie The Avatar

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6. She is not here, but is risen: remember how she cackled unto you when she was yet in Galilee,
7. Cackling, The homie chavvie of homie must be laued into the fambles of sinful homies, and be crucified, and the third journo
rise again.
The Polari Bible: Luke 24:6-7

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matheyandlynes:

Punch, 1881: The Victorian era invents emoticons.  An idea whose time had not quite come.

The best part is how they’re basically reassuring their readers the entire time by telling them not to worry about them suddenly becoming artists or anything. That would be DREADFUL!

teripops:

matheyandlynes:

Punch, 1881: The Victorian era invents emoticons.  An idea whose time had not quite come.

The best part is how they’re basically reassuring their readers the entire time by telling them not to worry about them suddenly becoming artists or anything. That would be DREADFUL!

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The time got nearer and nearer and they still hadn’t written anything. Then, about three weeks before the programme, they sat down to write. The record was completed in 10 days.
This is an inspired song, because they wrote it for a worldwide programme and they really wanted to give the world a message. It could hardly have been a better message. It is a wonderful, beautiful, spine-chilling record.

Brian Epstein, talking about All You Need Is Love

Source: The Beatles Anthology

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You find yourself in a group of people standing next to a cliff.

Suddenly, someone pushes another person, sending them over the edge. Thankfully, the victim is able to hold on to the edge rather than fall to their death, but nobody makes a move to help them or stop the perpetrator. Everyone, including yourself, simply stands there watching.

Angry that they’ve been pushed, angry that nobody is helping them as they struggle not to fall, the victim screams, ‘Is anybody going to fucking help me??’

That gets everyone’s attention. ‘Why are you mad at me?’ one person asks. ‘I didn’t push you.’

'Nobody is going to want to help you with an attitude like that.'

'You're just as bad as him.'

Nobody makes a move to help.

The victim screams in frustration, their fingers slipping. ‘You’ve got to be fucking joking!’ they shout as they lose their grip.

'You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.' You say as you walk away.

Welcome to the anti-sj/’real justice’ movement.

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some of the anti sj will step on that person’s fingers too because they think they’re being “too harsh”

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http://foggypebble.tumblr.com/post/83054747580/lillycaul-i-always-find-it-so-funny-when-people

lillycaul:

I always find it so funny when people bitch about ‘forced diversity’.

because, like, once you work retail you start to see just how different everybody is.

for example, the other day I greeted a woman I was ringing up and started asking her the usual questions we’re supposed to…

Oh god, this^

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Gay liberationists in the 1970s attempted to differentiate themselves from gender-transgressive identities and presentations out of fear of being equated with transsexual individuals and activists. …

The class implications of drag and gender transgression—particularly surrounding the role of working-class ‘street queens’ in the early gay liberation movement—complicated these debates on drag even further, challenging notions of class as well as gender respectability. The analytical separation of gender and sexuality that dominates our understanding of gay, lesbian, and transgender identities today, [David] Valentine thus argues, was produced in a particular historical moment in which disentangling homosexual and gender-transgressive identities became crucial to the political goals of gay activism—to delineate between gay and transgender identities, to draw class lines of ‘respectable’ and abnormal gender presentation, and to separate feminist critiques of gender systems from the political project of gay rights.

Betty Luther Hillman, “‘The most profoundly revolutionary act a homosexual can engage in’: Drag and the Politics of Gender Presentation in the San Francisco Gay Liberation Movement, 1964–1972” from Journal of the History of Sexuality 20.1, 2011

[ pdf on bayfiles / original article link if you have academic access ]

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