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my face

about me



a cynicism has been writing itself

into my skin

and i am sick to death of it

[lena, they/them/their pronouns]

i ate an entire bag of potato chips and i feel awful lmao
also sry i was so busy this weekend and didn’t really post anything :(

posted: 11 hours ago on 21/9/2014 with 4 notes ♥


Hoco 2k14


Hoco 2k14

posted: 1 day ago on 21/9/2014 with 16 notes ♥ - vía


MI && MYKKI ;;


MI && MYKKI ;;

posted: 1 day ago on 20/9/2014 with 44 notes ♥ - vía

"The various epochs in the history of the working class are marked by the emergence of specific antagonisms around which the struggle has developed and around which organizations have been built in response to these revolutionary explosions. The specific antagonism in the period of the Second International was that between the workers’ control of the labor process and the capitalist ownership of the mode of production. In the period between the two world wars-and right up to the sixties-we had the specific antagonism between the massification of labor-power on the one hand and the dynamic and precisely proportioned control of that massification within capital’s plan on the other-that is, the wage contradiction. Today’s specific antagonism is that between the overall constitution of the working class into a political individuality and the factory form of capitalist domination, between command by the enterprise [comando d’impresal] and a communist will on the part of the masses.

This point of view once again illustrates the fruitfully paradoxical character of our method. This means that, in following through the contradictions and specificity of the antagonism present within the tendency, the result is far from being deterministic and economistic. On the contrary, in the framework of the dialectic between the command of the enterprise and the communist will of the masses, any merely sociological moment in the definition of the elements in question, any merely economic definition in terms of value dissolves. The political dominates and subordinates the social. And this dominance [dominio] of the political is brought about precisely through the tendential process that characterizes and is produced by the ceaseless dialectic of the struggle between classes. This dominance [dominio] of the political over the social can in turn both be verified by and provide the basis for a redefinition-to which we have already alluded-of several fundamental categories of Marxist analysis: first, that of capital. which, by means of the enterprise form of command, is dissociated from value and operates on the plane of relations of force; second, that of organic composition, which, correspondingly, no longer consists of a relation of intrinsic factors, but is politically overdetermined." — Books for Burning, Antonio Negri (via anarcholiberalism)

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I HATE STRAIGHTS flyerQueer Nation New York, 1991


Queer Nation New York, 1991

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Good to be back in black jeans


Good to be back in black jeans

posted: 2 days ago on 19/9/2014 with 33 notes ♥ - vía

"Through the pursuit of an ever-changing, homogenizing, elusive ideal of femininity—a pursuit without a terminus, requiring that women constantly attend to minute and often whimsical changes in fashion—female bodies become docile bodies—bodies whose forces and energies are habituated to external regulation, subjection, transformation, “improvement”. Through the exacting and normalizing disciplines of diet, makeup, and-dress—central organizing principles of time and space in the day of many women—we are rendered less socially oriented and more centripetally focused on self-modification. Through these disciplines, we continue to memorize on our bodies the feel and conviction of lack, of insufficiency, of never being good enough. At the farthest extremes, the practices of femininity may lead us to utter demoralisation, debilitation and death." — Susan Bordo, The Body and the Reproduction of Femininity (via everydaysoci)

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Steal Everything Your Gay Little Hands Can Carry 

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the more i do research about sexual assault of female prisoners by male guards

the more disgusted i get with OITNB romanticizing and normalizing the relationship with the guard having sex with a prisoner

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posted: 3 days ago on 19/9/2014 with 628 notes ♥ - vía / ©

"This transformation of the body into predictable and controllable operations is absolutely central to the naturalisation of the category of sex. The uterus becomes a machine - controlled by the state and doctors - for the production of new bodies. The incomprehensible diversity of the human body becomes reduced to a simplistic and quantitative relation between various chemicals and hormones. Certain shapes are deemed healthy while others are abnormal and in need of surgical intervention. The binary of the so-called sex organs is almost achieved though this ongoing mutilation. Certain ratios of the distribution of fat, hair, bone structure and other occurrences come to be immutable proof of the eternal existence of the social prison of sex" — Against the Gendered Nightmare - beadan (via plantgirlramona)

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💖💖💖 thanks

💖💖💖 thanks

posted: 3 days ago on 18/9/2014 with 0 notes ♥

i can’t decide which is worse: when i was basically dead inside and couldnt fully experience or express emotion or now just starting to understand my emotions and having them make me feel even shittier than i already do

posted: 3 days ago on 18/9/2014 with 4 notes ♥

"it is no longer clear that feminist theory ought to try to settle the questions of primary identity in order to get on with the tasks of politics. Instead, we ought to ask, what political possibilities are the consequence of a radical critique of the categories of identity? What new shape of politics emerge when identity as a common ground no longer constrains the discourse of feminist politics? And to what extent does the effort to locate a common identity as the foundation for a feminist politics preclude a radical inquiry into the political construction and regulation of identity itself?" — Judith Butler, Gender Trouble preface p. ix (via post-makhno)

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