My favorite sex shop posted a job ad for a developer. They are an amazing group of people, and it's for 2-10 hours/month. Have a look :)
This is the current site
Just re-watched #Hackers with a friend... who saw it for the first time. He was brave and endured the whole length, I'm very proud of him :D
Interesting, though, how the reaction is always either "omg this is amazing" or "I mean it's fine, but no idea why you love it THAT much".
Sadly, this particular friend is now doubting my sanity (and taste), and giggling through the whole movie probably didn't help things...
PS I miss @tethre (who _just gets it_) <3
TFW you realize you're (currently?) a small-town-loving homebody ;)
It used to feel like I "failed at living in Berlin" (which I did), but after a week-long work trip in the big B, I think that this Austrian small town I moved to is *exactly* where I want to be <3
I do miss my Berlin people, I really do, but oh... it's so quiet, so quaint, so few people here, and I love this so much.
cw sexueller übergriff, fusion & festivals, xhamster
zum kotzen... frauen werden auf festivaltoiletten und unter festivalduschen gefilmt und dann kommt's ins netz.
Berlin rent rates... give me anxiety.
Just saw an ad for a room, 2.5x3m, my first thought it was a jail cell. 7.5m2.
410€, and it's a flat share with 3 other people.
Like, I really miss being in Berlin, but fuck me, I don't miss the anxiety around having space to live...
I judge myself a little for it, but I just love love love my very own apartment in not-Berlin, it has space and my doggos are good roomies. (Unless they break the rules and go on the couch. But oh well.)
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Question RE Altered Carbon
Started watching Altered Carbon and omg it's AMAZING.
Considering reading the books, but the reviews are really putting me off.
Cybre peeps and other fediversians, help me out! Should I, feminist queer person who loves cyberpunk (and a fair bit of violence/nudity), and who can also love her problematic faves, read this book? Or will an (apparently constant?) mention of boobs and dicks put me off?
Randomly came across these internet stats, and I kinda love them. Also that site <3
When people use the term snowflake unironically, just remember they're quoting Fight Club, a satire written by a gay man about how male fragility causes men to destroy themselves, resent society and become radicalized. and that Tyler Durden isnt the hero but a personification of the main character's deep insecurities, and that his snowflake speech is a dig at how fascists use dehumanizing language to breed loyalty from insecure people.
♡All the profits of the zines will be donated to organisations who support LGBTQIA+ migrants and you can name your preferred one.
Send any contributions and enquiries to:
Alessandra / trashgattino [at] gmail.com
With the header: I ain’t from here, but I’m still queer #1
I am looking forward to all your fab contributions!
Crossposted from https://www.instagram.com/p/B2R5qcdHvc3/
The contributions: ♡can be in different forms, from written pieces, to poetry to artworks to photos.
♡should be able to easily fit in a paper zine format and be printed lo-fi/diy.
♡don’t have to be original contributions. You can also re-use the piece however you wish in the future, as long as it can still be in the zine.
♡can be in any language(s) you want it to be. ♡Please send a short bio. It will be included in the publication. ♡Deadline: 1st December 2019
It is also about visibility and invisibility in different places and spaces at different times. It is about belonging and non-belonging. It is about the overflowing of language and the lack of words. It is about melancholy, fury, softness, vulnerability, structural oppressions, decolonising, violence, trauma, families, hope(lessness), care work and anti-oppressive work, the everyday, joy, and fighting back.
Call for Contributions:
I ain’t from here, but I’m still queer #1
This is a call for contributions for a collaborative zine on being queer/kuir/quare/kweer and being a migrant: embodying Otherness, navigating different spaces and different cultures, living at many intersections, and living through different centres and margins.
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