Coffee Club! ... IDA fundraiser ... ! tomorrow!
Saturday, September 1, 1-8pm 186 Carpenter St, Providence This Coffee Club is a fundraiser for Work Hard Stay Hard, the queer dandy skillshare / workweek that happens every year to sustain IDA (an amazing queer sanctuary space in rural Tennessee). I’m not sure if anyone from Prov is going this year, but we wanted to send them some money anyway to help with projects! Coffee Club is like a DIY...
I wrote a ranty thing
… but the upshot of it is: don’t out trans people to other people, trans or not AND if you want to ask your trans friend(s) (or any friends, really) potentially awkward questions, invite them over for a really nice dinner & give them some really nice bourbon & then think about how the question might make them feel & then maybe ask it but only while they are eating...
As the months passed by and my body further masculinized, my confidence was...– Dr. K. Ryan Ziegler, “The Uses Of Black Trans Male Anger,” Blac(k)ademic 8/23/12 (via racialicious)
leftists/radical folk really need to get it together on gender self...– (via thespiritwas)
wh en you’re bringing everything you’ve got to the table & you still don’t feel real or actually existent or like your existence is worth anything to anybody… I know I need to sleep more but what else should I do? help?
Mark Aguhar's Critical Flippancy →
ultramaricon: I wrote this about ♥♥Mark Aguhar♥♥. Please share with interested parties.
Anyone need an affordable hair cut?
notcops: iamincoherent: SO guys I lost my job and it blows. I need some cash to pay for meds and stuff so I’m doing super cheaper haircuts. (femme and masculine) I can also dye hair too. All the prices are relative to how much work but I think base price is 10 bucks for hair cut, 15 for a bleach dye job, and 25 for a combo? (Prices are subject to change) But yeah re-blog this Providence...
SELF-MADE MAN #14: UNTROUBLING THE BODY →
“I am queerly bodied, and I’d rather be an open-heart than a pitchfork-toting villager any day. Because, unlike some trans folks, I don’t think my body is tantamount to a birth defect. I believe I was born in the “right” body, and still had to change it.” — Thomas McBee [thanks for putting things into words!!!] thomaspagemcbee: My latest SELF-MADE is on the universality of...
Anonymous asked: secret things. maybe i'll crash coffee club one day and you'll never know. or!!!! or!!!! mixtapes on your doorstep (scratch that, could get weird)