"It's like watching a toddler who has to pee but won't-- a herky-jerky funk."
This is literally a sentence from a Pitchfork.com review of a St. Vincent song.
“Some have a difficult time with feminism. “Why not a human liberation movement?” they say. The answer is that the power differences between the sexes, races and classes are still so extreme that invoking humanism, at this time, dangerously denies that fact. “Those in power always speak of humanism,” says Robin Morgan, “and accuse those who have been made powerless and categorized as ‘other’ of divisiveness. This is done, however, only when the powerless recognize and name their already divided state, and begin to articulate their longing — for union.
The fear is not that we are different. The fear is that we are the same.”” —Loraine Hutchins and Lani Kaahumanu, Bi Any Other Name. (via gtfothinspo)
“Oh don’t think about it, just drink buckets of tea.” —Mark, Peep Show (via woodlandnymph)