1. theheartisalandfill:

    threelisabeth:

    REORIENT ALL YOUR FAILURES. DROPPED THREE MUGS ON THE FLOOR TODAY? DISASTER CHIC. WORE THE SAME STAINED SHIRT FOUR DAYS IN A ROW? GARBAGE CHIC. DIDN’T BRUSH YOUR HAIR? TAKING “ARTFULLY DISHEVELED” TO PREVIOUSLY UNREALIZED LEVELS OF GLORY. DIDN’T BRUSH OR WASH YOUR HAIR, FOR THE PAST, LIKE, WEEK? YOU ARE A BEAUTIFUL MAGICAL PRINCESS OF THE FOREST, EMERGING BLINKING INTO A STRANGE URBAN LAND. FUCKED UP PAINTING YOUR NAILS? ABSTRACT AND INSOUCIANT. WHO CARES, LIFE’S WEIRD, YOU ARE A BEAUTIFUL AND STRANGE CREATURE, W H A T E V E R

    kara j hashtag price tags

    love it. 

     

  2. "the same old story: not the crime but its heralding turns men page and furious. i know that from my own example. know that we would rather punish the one who names the deed than the one who commits it. in this respect, as in everything else, we are all alike. the difference lies in whether we know it."
    — christa wolf, cassandra. (via batarde)
     

  3. "someone buy carrie bradshaw the communist manifesto"

    my feelings on weddings, marxism, bikinis, and real estate in 2010. honestly i hope that girl got her proposal; she facebook friended me recently and i was sad that she was alone in all of her pictures. 

    Tagged #price tags
     

    1. m: i love you. you're a great hostess.
    2. kj: i love you. no i'm not.
    3. m: i'm being serious. you keep the party going. i am fully comfortable with our division of labor.
     

    1. kj: you want me to have wine and you to have a beer?
    2. m: yes i think it would be cute if sometimes you had white wine while i had a beer.
    3. kj: what?! but i like beer.
    4. m: look, you're the one who is the gender enforcer in this family.
     

    1. m: you don't have to do anything you don't want to do to make money.
    2. that's my job.
    3. you have to look pretty and talk to the moms at the park.
    4. kj: okay, that's a good division of labor.
    5. m: you also have to do all of the not fun childrearing.
     

    1. m: you should write another book. it would be good for us.
    2. kj: in what way?
    3. m: it would make us money.
    4. kj: you can't make money from a book.
    5. m: you can if it's the right book.
    6. kj: "how to lose friends and alienate people."
    7. m: that book has already been written.
    8. how about "how to quit your prestigious, well-paying job to go into debt"?
    9. "how to occasionally dabble in your former profession for less money and less power"?
    10. kj: ha ha, that's just (white) women's privilege.
     

    1. kj: but what would i do if you died.
    2. m: you'd have a lot of money.
    3. for like ten years.
    4. you can get a job in ten fucking years can't you?
    5. i don't mean it that way.
     

    1. kj: i don't care about being famous, i just want to do the small things that i want to do.
    2. m: i want you to do what you want to do.
    3. kj: i know.
     

  4. "REVOLUTIONARY LETTER #19

    if what you want is jobs
    for everyone, you are still the enemy.
    you have not thought thru, clearly
    what that means

    remember
    you can have what you ask for, ask for
    everything"
    — 

    Revolutionary Letters, Diane di Prima (via notesonresistance)
    i think about this every day (via communalperversion)

    (via machschine)

    i told lazz that i’m not a big fan of diane di prima (team hettie jones + i didn’t finish recollections of my life as a woman because i got sick of all the bragging about her exalted position among male intellectuals), but i am a fan of this.