The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: you DO NOT talk about Fight Club!
My friend came out to me as trans. S/he is very dear to me and I was very flattered that I was one of the few people s/he trusted to tell. The thing is, s/he's been vague about details (in FB photos for instance, he is male; he is the international director of XXX for a Fortune 500 company, so I don't know how he is…
This is so very cool and REAL real. (Sorry if I'm late to the party and this was already on the mainpage or something.)
No body dysmorphia, here.
Somebody has a grudge, a soapbox, an axe to grind and waaaaay too much time on their hands.
Aww, I've had those days where the project at hand eludes creativity, too.
Do y'all remember that post from a few weeks back? Is this the same girl? This is a snap from NY Fashion Week Street Style in today's online NY Times:
...but he waaaaahnts to do it without a primary! He will ONLY serve if... I dunno, a whole PARADE of people march up 5th Avenue, chanting WE WANT TRUMP! WE WANT TRUMP!
See if you're not smiling the whole way through this one.
What do you DO with your phone when you have no pockets? Or, like today — I am wearing a lightweight knit jacket WITH a pocket and the phone is dragging it completely out of shape.
In a review of "The Book of Jezebel." On The Daily Caller.
Fun fact: I actually got to work with David F. Friedman ("Blood Feast", etc.) on his memoir. One of the most fascinating people I've ever met and still, in his 60s, sexy as hell. We partied in Las Vegas together; he won $30,000 one day at the craps table. Suave, charming, gentlemanly, and a thoroughly bad boy. …
It's the 30th anniversary of "The Big Chill." I know SO many Boomers who were SDS radicals and are now multi-millionaires.
...do you "tone" your lingerie with your outfit? Like (a little OCD here, cut me some slack) this morning I actually changed my bra after I was dressed
They've got another one with Dennis Rodman and a Kim Jong Un lookalike. Are Pistachios that desperate for spokespeople?
...created by the Brooklyn-based artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh. “I started this project as a way to explore social activism through public art. I wanted to express myself and address the type of harassment that I was personally experiencing."