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Posted on 29th Jul at 11:30 PM

(Nick’s) Avatar is so great in many ways and forms.

Posted on 29th Jul at 11:28 PM

The truth-seeing mfr smells fishy.

Posted on 29th Jul at 9:45 PM, with 391,368 notes

deepbreathsanddeath:

This is a real panda
China has this “panda diplomacy” and this one will be sent to Japan as an friendship envoy. For the safety reason he sits as a passenger with his feeder, not in a cage. Fastening the seat belt, wearing a diaper, eating bamboos

Omg

Posted on 29th Jul at 9:40 PM, with 161 notes
artoftrungles:

And here’s Mercury for good measure.

artoftrungles:

And here’s Mercury for good measure.

Posted on 29th Jul at 9:16 AM, with 214 notes
TRANS IN AMERICA

amosmac:

dazeddigital:

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The ed of indie trans mag Original Plumbing shoots a photographic portrait of what it means to be trans today.

I was asked to guest edit Dazed and Confused magazine today! Here is a piece I did on being Trans in America. 

(The above photo I shot of Mars Hobrecker was taken on his roof in Brooklyn)

Posted on 29th Jul at 9:09 AM, with 312 notes

Discrimination Pong is a two-player game by Anna Anthropy about privilege and the myth that everyone is equally capable of succeeding in a capitalist society. It’s unsurprisingly an asymmetrical game: like pong, the players use rectangular “paddles” to try and return a bouncing square ball. But while the right player, who not coincidentally plays the white paddle, enjoys consistent playing conditions, the left player is subjected to a series of handicaps: slowed down, shortened, or straight-up made immaterial. At the end of the game, the left player is told to “work harder,” a message which disregards the obvious ways the odds have been rigged against that player.


Talked to my white,  middle-aged, male neighbor about privilege and he just did not get it. Maybe I should send him this.

Discrimination Pong is a two-player game by Anna Anthropy about privilege and the myth that everyone is equally capable of succeeding in a capitalist society. It’s unsurprisingly an asymmetrical game: like pong, the players use rectangular “paddles” to try and return a bouncing square ball. But while the right player, who not coincidentally plays the white paddle, enjoys consistent playing conditions, the left player is subjected to a series of handicaps: slowed down, shortened, or straight-up made immaterial. At the end of the game, the left player is told to “work harder,” a message which disregards the obvious ways the odds have been rigged against that player.

Talked to my white, middle-aged, male neighbor about privilege and he just did not get it. Maybe I should send him this.

Posted on 28th Jul at 7:02 PM, with 65 notes

angeblog:

Once again, the beautiful Megan James showing off her skills.

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