I hope no one fucking finds this, man
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disabilityhistory:

Celebrating 40 Years of Disabled Lesbian Activism and Art

Image description: Four photos of disabled lesbians. #1: Color photo of people in a park, some of them holding a giant banner that reads “Honoring Dykes with Disabilities.” #2: Two women playing basketball in wheelchairs. #3: a black woman with glasses and natural hair playing ping pong. #4: Two light-skinned women dancing with AXIS, a physically integrated dance group. One woman in a wheelchair, and the other woman is…it’s hard to describe, but she’s upside-down, with her legs in the air, and her head in the woman’s lap, simulating oral sex.

These images come from Fabled/Asp, an organization that aims to “combine storytelling and filmmaking to document and continue the revolution in queer disability arts, aesthetics, politics and culture.” They’re such a great resource for history, culture, and politics of disabled lesbians.

  • girl with zine: I love grimes
  • girl with 2 zines: don't you think she's a little played out?

lonequixote:

The Fuji from Gotenyama at Shinagawa on the Tokaido ~ Katsushika Hokusai

imaginethebutts:

i am neither boy or girl i am punk rock

aminaabramovic:

I hate when men stop me on the street to compliment me like this isn’t a romantic comedy I’m not gonna give you my details this wasn’t serendipity for us to meet

wetheurban:

FILM: ‘Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair’ to Hit Theaters in 2015?

Is this real life?! Since its initial release over a decade ago, several fans have been wondering if the filmmaker’s original version will ever see the light of day, which has since been dubbed Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair.

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