Also, I want to be miles inland when the end of the world comes.

I’ve been living here for two months and apart from Gilgo, Long Beach, Montauk Point, Shelter Island and a few other places I’ve enjoyed, this is the most sterile place I’ve ever lived. It’s definitely a great place to visit, and has pockets of beauty everywhere, but living in a parallel reality where not much happens is not my thing. 

If I have to come back in the winter, at least I’ll try to take some classes here at SBU to keep my mind occupied. 

Maybe I just have upstate blues.
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I’ve been living here for two months and apart from Gilgo, Long Beach, Montauk Point, Shelter Island and a few other places I’ve enjoyed, this is the most sterile place I’ve ever lived. It’s definitely a great place to visit, and has pockets of beauty everywhere, but living in a parallel reality where not much happens is not my thing.

If I have to come back in the winter, at least I’ll try to take some classes here at SBU to keep my mind occupied.

Maybe I just have upstate blues.

I plan to take a trip there this fall! There’s so much stuff I want to see there and a few friends to visit :) 

Let’s hang out when I’m there.
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I plan to take a trip there this fall! There’s so much stuff I want to see there and a few friends to visit :)

Let’s hang out when I’m there.

Anonymous asked:
how is new york?

Long Island is a shadow. Suburbia is a prison for the soul and makes it rot slowly but steadily. To think I might have to spend winter break here because of purely bureaucratic reasons seems grim as fuck.

The city has brought me joy and panic in equal amounts and I’ll always be grateful for that.

But I can’t wait to go back to my rust belt town where smiles are more genuine. I wanna get a car and drive up to Syracuse or Rochester whenever the hell I want. I wanna go to house shows, I wanna go to the Belmar and get pleasantly drunk and dance at Merlin’s and enjoy my fair amount of academic pressure.

I wonder if anyone genuinely likes this place. If they feel they can grow here. Little boxes are all I see.

Timber Timbre Hot Dreams
Timber Timbre
Hot Dreams

alternativealley:

Hot Dreams // Timber Timbre

Talk to me

Modest Mouse Float On
Modest Mouse
Float On

Maybe I just need to get really drunk and have an emotional breakdown again after sobering up in order to reset my CNS.

starcleanerrecords:

Some pix from Black Rainbow’s record release weekend in NYC. Thanks for coming to the shows!! You can order the record at starcleaner.com now and stream a track here. Photos by @shellshag @thepiratehat & katewadkins :)

Thanks for a hella sick show!

Anyone going to the Boris show ok August 4 @ St. Vitus?

"…There has been, and continues to be, in most places around the country a strong connection between the transgender and bisexual communities. Indeed, the two communities have been strong allies. They both have a natural affinity born of living in the gray areas. Both are neither one thing nor the other; both confound the people who view the world in simple either/or, dualist manner. The transgender and the bisexual communities are natural allies. They have many common goals and they tend to understand each other. We are doing each other’s work."
Bi America by William E. Burleson on the relationship between the transgender community and bisexuals. (via coyoteface)
"it’s important to remember that we’re talking about a group of people who have higher rates of mental health problems, suicide, and domestic violence than either heterosexual, or lesbian and gay people. This invisibility takes a real toll on people’s lives, and is even putting lives at risk."
"It’s easier to be odd or crazy or insane than to hurt all the time."
George DeValier, Catch Perfect (via denmarkswag)

Those who put your queerness to test

"The community" is full of people who will put your queerness to test. People who will doubt your gender and/or orientation because you don’t seem queer enough. People who will make you feel like shit, or at least try to, because at some point of your life you thought you were straight/cis and identified as such. People who will say you’re "too masculine" without even knowing you. People who will call you "fake" or "confused" for calling yourself bisexual, people who will call you "opportunistic" for calling yourself pansexual. People who will treat you like shit for realising you’re straight (or at least sticking to relationships of any kind with the opposite gender) or for going back to your former gender and sticking with it after a long time experimenting and discovering yourself. People who shittalk heteronormativity and cisnormativity (which I do too) but completely ignore the problem of orientation and gender stabilisation within the "community". People who will ostracise you for being uncomfortable with a label, for not liking the term "queer" because you think there’s nothing queer in being queer.


People who will go to parades and pridefully wave their rainbow flags and shout how much they support you while judging you for your identity, for not using X or Y arbitrary labels.

For saying you’re a human being, that you are more than your gender, sex and orientation.

The world is hard enough for us the way it is. Don’t make it harder.

A real community is welcoming and self-critical. Flying the same flag is never enough. 

I’m 1130 dollars in debt