“AQUARIUS: January 21 - February 20: You’ve gotten so detached you’ve forgotten some pretty basic stuff. For many of you, there is a total disconnect going on with the emotions. On a certain level it’s good to be able to separate from things enough to be objective - but when the whole process of allowing yourself to feel gets lost, it’s time to look at yourself. Others are hurt or upset by the fact that they can’t get through to you. You’re smart enough to sense this but you can’t seem to go to a place that allows you to open up and do whatever it takes to heal it. Do yourself a favor and open your heart.”—
“Contrary to popular belief Syd does not go by the name of “Syd tha Kid”, “Syd the kid” or any other variations, she simply goes by Syd. Older sister of Travis “Taco” Bennett. Full name is Sydney Bennett DJ,Producer.Born 23 April 1992. She is openly gay Most OF songs were recorded in a studio in the basement of her house.”—
The Birmingham-based artist Edgar Askelovic has unveiled a striking new sculpture which attempts to depict what Andy Warhol would look like if he were still alive, aged 83. The piece took three months to create (working most days until 4am) and was completed just in time for Warhol’s 83rd birthday on 6 August, 2011. Askelovic even sold his car to get the money he needed to buy the silicone and clay materials. Now that’s what I call passion! Footage and more pics after the jump:
having conversations with my brother and his girlfriend. they’re about 5 years younger than me, but guys seriously, we are lightyears apart from each other. they don’t even think about public displays of affection between people of different races or people in same sex or queer relationships. it’s amazing. it’s brilliant. I’m so happy this is direction people are moving towards.
also, we all agreed on the brilliance of Lady Gaga:
pop music is going to continue happening regardless of whether we listen to it or not. so, for the sake of the world, it might as well be Lady Gaga and her brilliant message that being who you are is OKAY. you kind of can’t beat that…beyond that, she totally created a specific market for herself in order to get into the scene. think about her first 3 songs- what did they all have in common? booze. drinking your face off. partying. hard. every group of music, every kind of style, can celebrate drinking your face off. the rap industry. country western folk. latino musica. jazz. pop. you get it. so she did just that. she made music everyone could relate to and had a good beat. she wore some crazy clothes and got some attention for it. and now she has soccer moms singing about how it’s okay to be yourself. it’s okay to be gay. or a little weird. it’s okay to dress up in drag sometimes. it’s okay to explore every nook of your personality.