16 5 / 2013
pacificpikachu asked: Oh wow! Some of those are sold, but I could work out what the rest of it would cost if you'd like! I'm also getting a box of more stuff from Japan probably on Friday, if you want to wait and see what I get in there, and I can take more pictures of what I have available if you want to see more. I don't think I could sell you everything I have, that would be like $3000+, haha, but if you want to buy a bunch of stuff that's fine, and I always discount big bulk orders pretty nicely. :D
Telling me what’s still there and figuring out the price would be ballin’, thanks. Well, set to the side what I’m definitely going to buy, then all be all creepin at your new stuff that you’d want to see. Should I keep an eye on your Tumblr for that?
04 5 / 2013
Love is all you need? is the worst shit I’ve ever had the misfortune to watch. I did laugh at the ridiculous ‘heterophobic’ slogans at the beginning of the film, but at the end, I found myself in tears. I couldn’t help but sympathise with the heterosexual main character, even though I did not intend to. That’s not why I cried, though. I know what it’s like to be bullied, and I know what it’s like to be hated for my sexuality, but that’s not what made me cry.
I cried because I felt like I was being mocked. I cried because it was not my image that the bullied straight girl represented, even if she was supposed to. No, gays and lesbians, people like me, were the bullies, the bad parents, the enemies, the people you’re supposed to be afraid of, the people you’re supposed to see as one-dimensional, threatening figures, the people you’re supposed to hate… as always. As if the media and people’s minds weren’t already polluted with such images of gay people! I cried because, despite being alienated by the film’s terrible representation of gays and lesbians, I was unable to not feel for the main character, and yet someone thought that heterosexuals couldn’t possibly feel for me without a role-reversal that makes it easier for them to identify with the oppressed. And I cried because, as the success of the video shows, that someone was right.
03 5 / 2013
flower language has always been an intense source of disappointment for me
like, they all mean really generic things like “love” or “forever” or “i’m sorry”
i thought you could combine flowers
like you could just send someone a bouquet and from the combination of hibiscus and posies and tulips they’d understand “the rebel leader is dead, rendezvous at the docks at 8, bring the dog, you will need lighter fluid and a large tomato”
03 5 / 2013
- Don’t ask a girl out unless you have a minimum of 15 character references attesting to her homosexuality and unless she has “gay” tattooed on her forehead. Otherwise you are preying on a straight girl.
- Don’t flirt with a girl unless she initiates it by walking up to you and saying “hello I am gay.”
- Don’t attend gym class at school because changing in the same locker room as other girls is a sure sign that you are being predatory. If you absolutely must attend gym class, either don’t change for gym and fail the class or keep your eyes closed the entire time you are in the locker room.
- Do not look at other girls, ever. This sets back feminism because by looking at girls while being attracted to them you are looking at them with the male gaze.
- Don’t compliment a girl on her looks. Don’t compliment a girl on anything at all because you could be complimenting her in a lesbian way and this is predatory.
- It’s probably best if you never leave the house.
03 5 / 2013
What the fuck
does this even mean anymore
is it supposed to express love and peace
or unfathomable rage and hatred