Amazing work by Thomas Dozol, recently shown at the NP Contemporary Art Center.
I’ve been reading a little on...
So great to see a man express his sexuality in a real way that is neither hyper-masculine, camp, or ironic. Truly hot. I grow founder and founder of the Parenthetical Girls.
Was I a spanish teenager? Either way, I love the song and video. Brava Casey.
Joy Division Disorder I’ve been waiting for a [guy] to come and take me by the hand Could these sensations make me feel the pleasures of [another] man Deerhunter Strange Lights We walk into the sun So glad to have a [guy] Less lonely for the ride Sigh. A gay boy can only dream.
No Tan Bajo: Continúe el Rock
Davila 666 - “Obsesionao” by AwkwardSound I’ve had this new track by Puerto Rican garage band Davila 666 on repeat. Ever since the late ’90s it’s been harder for me to find Rock (pronounced in spanish) bands that I find worth my time. But when I do find one, me convierto en un obsesionao. Not really, but I do get excited. What I loved about Rock bands in the...
A friend sent me a link to this video recently. I watched it, laughed a little, but shortly after, I e-mailed my friend saying “That guy is disappointing.” I get what they are doing with the sketch—not all gay men are as fabulous as glitter—which is valid, but I feel that the cool-,-not-really-gay gay guy is starting to be as much a stereotype as the flamboyant-gay-best-friend gay...
But it wasn’t on Netflix Instant, so I found it broken up into ten parts on...– Greta Gerwig, Vulture
I bought these flannel button-down shirts, for spring, over the weekend. They’re pretty.
Odd Futurism by Bethlehem Shoals : The Poetry... →
Here’s a much more thorough take on the Odd Future phenomenon by sports blogger Bethlehem Shoals.
This still is awesome.
AJ Abualrub for Calvin Klein Collection, Spring/Summer 2009.
On the topic of Odd Future, here’s my new jam “Songs For Women,” off Frank Ocean’s Nostalgia, Ultra.
An Odd Future
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All is everywhere I read and I seriously can’t shake them. To be honest, I’ve been buying into the hype. Of course, with some critical speculation. Now, the first time I came across one of the collective’s tracks (possibly Tyler, the Creator or Earl Sweatshirt on some featured playlist) I was repulsed. They spit the worst misogynistic, deranged,...