1. dixiewetsworth:


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    Strawberries is a comic about gynecological horror and boys that I drew back in spring 2013. 

    It’s been a minute - it’s pretty hard to look at for me because it was so long ago, but I put a lot into it and making this book was a really big step for me. I’ve been hoping to get it to a wider audience for a while now, but it’s so gross it was kind of hard to find hosting. I hope you like it!

    If you’re interested, Strawberries was written about by Simon Hanselmann here and Tucker Stone here

    Read my gross comic book you nerds

    YEAH DO IT I read this comic after bonding my soul to Mia forever via Scott Pilgrim hentai

  2. filmantidote:


    Twenty Years of African Cinema (1983) - dir. Férid Boughedir // Tunisia 

    This survey of African film production is derived mainly from Francophone countries. It includes interview extracts with 8 directors including Hondo, Pipa, Ganda, Balogun, Cissé and Kaboré, and clips from 18 films featuring Xala, Ceddo, and The Chapel, and others from Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Niger.

    Available on netflix instant in the US under Camera Afrique

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  3. beyonslayed:

    humansofnewyork photo caption: He asked me, “What race are you?”. “Human.”, I replied. 

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  4. pinebark:

    limp bizkit’s ‘rollin’ has the line ‘ladies, fellas, and the people who don’t give a fuck’ and wow they were ahead of their time on gender

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  9. blackfashion:

    'Cannabis Camo Cup Jersey'  by Ars.Gratia.Artis (AGA Creative Outlet)

    Website: www.aga-co.tv

    iG: @artisgratiars

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  10. "And insofar as many trans artists working in these media don’t have technical backgrounds, the work involves a certain amount of grappling, of wrestling with structures and limitations that we don’t always fully understand. To speak for myself, I don’t experience making games as an expression of mastery over a system of code, as a trained programmer might. Instead, it feels like a dialogue or sometimes like a shouting match. I have an idea of what I want to manifest, but getting there requires constant negotiation with an alien structure. This process mirrors the way many trans people talk about our bodies and experiences: wrestling with material conditions to produce something we can work with."