- Do you want to have sex?
- [Laughs] Goodnight, Ragnar.
I think at this point in our world, we’ve got a really confused idea of the way gender and sexuality works. I think we’ve created this really superfluous sort of like binary in the way we think about gender. And I guess I identify as queer because I don’t identify with that. I think that makes us less whole as people. I don’t need to be assigned to what it is I can do or who I can love. And it seems like we keep drawing these battle lines which are completely unnecessary. So that’s what I basically mean. When I say I’m queer, I’m saying that I think human beings are amazing. And love is an honor and an opportunity. And a fragile thing. A fragile process in which there’s no room for doubt, or shame, or hatred.” — Ezra Miller
- Carl Sagan (via maxkirin)
- Lester Burnham, American Beauty (via lordpurcypurcy)
- Paulo Coelho (via awakenedvibrations)
- Unknown (via perfect)
The calm before the #VikingsSDCC raid.
ahhhh why i am not there right now!!!!
Frank Ocean (via stay-ocean-minded)
I am who I am and I’m happy and want to see others happiness, but when you cross the line with me (which is very difficult to do) you may not like my attitude.
You do not know what I have sacrificed for others happiness and my sanity. Don’t pass judgement on others if you are unwilling to judge yourself as well.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, in Faust. (via loveage-moondream)
i <3 faust
Dancing Your Heart Out at @momaps1
A visit to MoMA PS1 (@momaps1) in Queens, New York on a Saturday this summer might involve world-class art as well as dancing, oysters and piñatas. “Warm Up is MoMA PS1’s summer-long outdoor experimental music series,” Margaret Knowles (@margie__k), its producer, says. “Visitors who come for their favorite DJs can watch them spin against a stage set created by an emerging design firm alongside an installation by our Young Architects Program; those who come to see an exhibition or sample M. Wells’s take on a lobster roll can dance their hearts out.”
Confetti System (@confettisystem) is one of the design firms featured at this year’s Warm Up. “As artists and designers,” they say, “it is rare to be offered such an open platform within the context of a museum.”