@dijmosseActive 12 years, 4 months ago
Bangui, Central African Republic
I personify body parts. Mostly my hands and feet but sometimes a whole arm or just a freckle. I feel very sorry for my left things because the world values all the skills they do not have. So i put my left mitten/sleeve/sock/shoe on first. OCD, an overactive imagination, an obsessive passion for justice and equality, idk.
I like things. For example: existentialism, French, poetry, urban studies, double espressos, asparagus, NPR, ducks, nuzzling, beers. Probably you. You seem pretty great already.
I live in Chicago when I’m not in CAR.
|Check All That Apply||
Queer Friends in my Area, Queer Friends on the Internet
Single, It's Complicated
Oh. Well, fuck.
|Are You Out To Your....||
Member(s) of Immediate Family, Close Friends, It's Complicated
What I Like
Nausea | East of Eden | Franny and Zooey | Cry, the Beloved Country | Les Miserables | Inferno | 100 Years of Solitude | Absalom, Absalom! | The Bluest Eye | Gangster for a Day | Young, Poor, Black & Male | I mean, yeah, Harry Potter
|Favorite Queer Books||
This gives me anxiety. I’m not sure why.
Amelie, American Beauty, Girl, Interrupted, Donnie Darko, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Science of Sleep, Blue – White – Red, The Royal Tenenbaums, Edward Scissorhands, Aladdin
Audrey Tatou, Juliette Binoche. you know.
All the ones.
|Favorite TV Shows||
TV is overrated. Not that I don’t watch. Just saying.
the xx, Camera Obscura, Sufjan, Amanda Blank, Empire of the Sun, Phoenix, Grizzly Bear, Girls, Of Montreal, Wilco, Janelle Monae, Wild Nothing, Primary 1, Beach House, Laura Marling, Joanna Newsom, Cold War Kids, Ryan Adams, Yann Tiersen
“I’m not afraid to compete. It’s just the opposite. Don’t you see that? I’m afraid I WILL compete – that’s what scares me. Just because I’m so horribly conditioned to accept everybody else’s values…doesn’t make it right. I’m ashamed of it. I’m sick of it. I’m sick of not having the courage to be an absolute nobody.”
Richard Brautigan | Rilke | Albert Camus | Simone de Beauvoir | Jean-Paul Sartre | John Steinbeck | JD Salinger | Jacques Ellul | Eileen Myles | Michelle Tea | Victor Hugo | Fyodor Dostoevsky | Toni Morrison
I read some stuff by this homeless guy named Tom that, imho, was better than all of them. Disenfranchisement is a real bitch.