Neuromancer homo punk pirate Leatherfaggette. Apprentice. Fairy wearing boots. DanDIY, goth detective. Craves S&M as a slapstick way of life. Queer as a three sleeve sweater. Loves cryptozoology, punk, surrealism, queer feminism, the radical posibilities of humor, BDSM and glitter rock. Also a hyper-obsessed, "The Young Ones"/Rik fucking Mayall/"The Mighty Boosh" nrrrd.

I'm from Argentina, so I'll be posting amphibianly: half in Spanish/half in English (it can turn a bit messed up because my English is pure DIY and my words tend to be be the scribblings of a flowerish musketeer).

YES HOMO, YES HOMO, YES HOMO <3
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hauntedpanquequera:

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i totally blame bambybyte for this

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And you’re so right, kiddo. *INFERNAL LAUGHTER from Ibiza*

And don’t forget to add to the guilty pleasure’s list: Whigfield’s “Saturday Night”, La Bouche’s “Where Do You Go”, “Tonight is the Night" and "Be My Lover”, Scatman John’s “Scatman" (oo-er!), Ice MC’s "Think About The Way" and "It’s A Rainy Day”, Real McCoy’s “Another Night" and Modern Talking’s "Cherry Cherry Lady”. Now you have lots of techno gallop and lots of plastic more cloying than a thousand wrapper candy, cheesy euro-pop cavalcade to move your booty! 

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Justice for Luciano Arruga, killed in democracy by the state police!
Today in Argentina, the body of Luciano Arruga -a 16 year old kid dissapeared by the police- was founded after five years. Luciano Arruga was kidnapped, tortured killed by the police and buried as an NN (No-Name/Non-Identified Body) with the complicity of the State and the judicial system. The same police that made poor and young populations its very own daily target of abuse, torture and enforced disappearance, the same State that claims that there aren&#8217;t dissapeared on democracy but facilitates and promotes the systematic criminalization of poor kids. Previously at his &#8220;disappearance&#8221;, Luciano was the victim of harassment from local police. According to his sister and mother, on several occasions he was offered to &#8216;work for&#8217; the police who promised him that he would be able to buy himself brand name sneakers and take care of his mom. When he declined, the threats began. Twice, Luciano was detained at the local police station in Lomas del Mirador (in the Greater Buenos Aires municipality of La Matanza), on June 22 and September 21, 2009. &#8220;Luciano couldn&#8217;t walk over to my house, because the police would stop him, threatening him that he would end up in a ditch,&#8221; said his sister Vanessa Orieta.
On January 31 of 2009, Luciano told his mother that he was going out and asked her for money, he gave her .25 cents, all that she had. According to witnesses, Luciano was last seen on a corner four blocks from the police station. &#8220;At midnight, my son was disappeared. It happened at night when no one was around to see, my son was alone, defenseless and they took advantage of him,&#8221; says Monica Alegre, Luciano&#8217;s mother.For more information: http://www.towardfreedom.com/31-archives/americas/1787-where-is-luciano-arruga-disappeared-in-argentinas-democracy
http://www.laizquierdadiario.com/Encontraron-el-cuerpo-de-Luciano-Arruga
http://www.diarioregistrado.com/conurbano/104556-tras-cinco-anos-de-busqueda&#8212;aparecio-el-cuerpo-de-luciano-arruga.html

Justice for Luciano Arruga, killed in democracy by the state police!

Today in Argentina, the body of Luciano Arruga -a 16 year old kid dissapeared by the police- was founded after five years. Luciano Arruga was kidnapped, tortured killed by the police and buried as an NN (No-Name/Non-Identified Body) with the complicity of the State and the judicial system. The same police that made poor and young populations its very own daily target of abuse, torture and enforced disappearance, the same State that claims that there aren’t dissapeared on democracy but facilitates and promotes the systematic criminalization of poor kids.

Previously at his “disappearance”, Luciano was the victim of harassment from local police. According to his sister and mother, on several occasions he was offered to ‘work for’ the police who promised him that he would be able to buy himself brand name sneakers and take care of his mom. When he declined, the threats began. Twice, Luciano was detained at the local police station in Lomas del Mirador (in the Greater Buenos Aires municipality of La Matanza), on June 22 and September 21, 2009. “Luciano couldn’t walk over to my house, because the police would stop him, threatening him that he would end up in a ditch,” said his sister Vanessa Orieta.

On January 31 of 2009, Luciano told his mother that he was going out and asked her for money, he gave her .25 cents, all that she had. According to witnesses, Luciano was last seen on a corner four blocks from the police station. “At midnight, my son was disappeared. It happened at night when no one was around to see, my son was alone, defenseless and they took advantage of him,” says Monica Alegre, Luciano’s mother.

For more information: 
http://www.towardfreedom.com/31-archives/americas/1787-where-is-luciano-arruga-disappeared-in-argentinas-democracy

http://www.laizquierdadiario.com/Encontraron-el-cuerpo-de-Luciano-Arruga

http://www.diarioregistrado.com/conurbano/104556-tras-cinco-anos-de-busqueda—aparecio-el-cuerpo-de-luciano-arruga.html

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rileykonor:

A Discussion on “Mandatory Pronouns” vs. “Preferred Pronouns”
Today, I would like to discuss a trend within some of the transgender and gender non-conforming communities that I have noticed lately - and that is the growing dislike of the phrase “preferred pronouns” and the shaming of folks who say things like, “I prefer x/y/z pronouns.”
To some, this phrase “preferred pronouns” somehow gives the impression that folks can decide what pronouns they want to refer to you with or choose how to gender you at any given time, or not be held accountable when they mess up your pronouns. While I understand that the phrase may give that impression and folks can take advantage of that, the term is quite valuable to some in the gender non-conforming communities - especially those with multiple pronouns and/or identities and gender sensitive situations. To me, it is a valid phrase that should be respected among communities who want to use it to describe their personal pronoun use.
As a non-binary person, I have pronouns that I would prefer to be used for me depending on social situations. I have this preference for my own safety and well-being, and I discuss it at length with folks that I feel comfortable with - like friends, family, and some acquaintances. 

For example, I used to identify with he/him/his AND they/them/their pronouns interchangeably. My friends and family were aware of this. They would refer to me as he/him in situations when we were in good company, but in workplace environments or other public situations where I was not completely out as genderqueer, they would try to use gender neutral pronouns - which is what I preferred to avoid awkward or even harmful social situations.
Sidenote: I now only use they/them/their pronouns for myself, but the sentiment is still there. I know a lot of other folks have had similar experiences with this and would like the same respect.

Some people ONLY use binary pronouns: he/him/his or she/her/hers. Some simply use they/them/their or other gender neutral pronouns like ze/zim/zer. Others use a variety of pronouns depending on their situation, gender identity, and gender expression, and this can vary from day to day for some folks.

Bottom line: Pronouns ARE mandatory, but they are not universally used the same ways in the same situations for all people. Pronouns are valid and should be respected and acknowledged according to each person. Trans and gender non-conforming communities are full of diversity, so why can’t we accept that pronouns are mandatory AND/or may be preferred for some?

Personally, I identify with both phrases collectively. My pronouns are mandatory to me. My pronouns pertain to me and are not to be modified or disregarded by anyone but me. But I do have preferences regarding my pronouns in various situations, as I have said. Quite frankly, there are so many factors that would determine what situation(s) would be appropriate to use what pronouns - and not just for me, but for everyone. This is why it is so important to not only inquire about people’s pronouns and their preferences, but also check-in regarding their pronoun status. Communicate when you can. Do research. Ask questions if need be. But respect people’s pronouns.
This is a really basic attempt at discussing this topic and the issues surrounding it. Basically, I wrote this to raise awareness of this issue and just keep the discussion going.
Please feel free to do so.

rileykonor:

A Discussion on “Mandatory Pronouns” vs. “Preferred Pronouns”

Today, I would like to discuss a trend within some of the transgender and gender non-conforming communities that I have noticed lately - and that is the growing dislike of the phrase “preferred pronouns” and the shaming of folks who say things like, “I prefer x/y/z pronouns.”

To some, this phrase “preferred pronouns” somehow gives the impression that folks can decide what pronouns they want to refer to you with or choose how to gender you at any given time, or not be held accountable when they mess up your pronouns. While I understand that the phrase may give that impression and folks can take advantage of that, the term is quite valuable to some in the gender non-conforming communities - especially those with multiple pronouns and/or identities and gender sensitive situations. To me, it is a valid phrase that should be respected among communities who want to use it to describe their personal pronoun use.

As a non-binary person, I have pronouns that I would prefer to be used for me depending on social situations. I have this preference for my own safety and well-being, and I discuss it at length with folks that I feel comfortable with - like friends, family, and some acquaintances. 

For example, I used to identify with he/him/his AND they/them/their pronouns interchangeably. My friends and family were aware of this. They would refer to me as he/him in situations when we were in good company, but in workplace environments or other public situations where I was not completely out as genderqueer, they would try to use gender neutral pronouns - which is what I preferred to avoid awkward or even harmful social situations.

Sidenote: I now only use they/them/their pronouns for myself, but the sentiment is still there. I know a lot of other folks have had similar experiences with this and would like the same respect.

Some people ONLY use binary pronouns: he/him/his or she/her/hers. Some simply use they/them/their or other gender neutral pronouns like ze/zim/zer. Others use a variety of pronouns depending on their situation, gender identity, and gender expression, and this can vary from day to day for some folks.

Bottom line: Pronouns ARE mandatory, but they are not universally used the same ways in the same situations for all people. Pronouns are valid and should be respected and acknowledged according to each person. Trans and gender non-conforming communities are full of diversity, so why can’t we accept that pronouns are mandatory AND/or may be preferred for some?

Personally, I identify with both phrases collectively. My pronouns are mandatory to me. My pronouns pertain to me and are not to be modified or disregarded by anyone but me. But I do have preferences regarding my pronouns in various situations, as I have said. Quite frankly, there are so many factors that would determine what situation(s) would be appropriate to use what pronouns - and not just for me, but for everyone. This is why it is so important to not only inquire about people’s pronouns and their preferences, but also check-in regarding their pronoun status. Communicate when you can. Do research. Ask questions if need be. But respect people’s pronouns.

This is a really basic attempt at discussing this topic and the issues surrounding it. Basically, I wrote this to raise awareness of this issue and just keep the discussion going.

Please feel free to do so.

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This is one of my favorite scenes for really obvious reasons. A twisted and subverted double entendre and the face/body language is absolute everything here. Besides, I adore the sarcastic inflection in Rick’s voice: “I suppose you FAAAANCY me, is that it?” and how, underneath all that arsenic, he sounds like a disconcerted and cornered little hart.   

It’s way too early, it’s only 2 AM, but I supposed to wake up super early in a pair of hours ready to handle a very busy day (ugh); but I can barely resist my antsy-pantsy urges to stay all night dancing, drawing, listening to corny Tom Jones songs and such. Stills from a lonely but imaginative life of a single homo who doesn’t believe that night was made for sleeping.