I don’t care about losing people who don’t wanna be in my life anymore. I’ve lost people who meant the world to me and I’m still doing just fine. — Pleasure P (via xhromosomes)

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Hybrid Moments - The Misfits

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If you’re gonna scream, scream with me
Moments like this never last
When do creatures rape your face
Hybrids opened up the door

Ooh baby when you cry
Your face is momentary
You hide your looks behind these scars

In hybrid moments
Give me a moment

Give me a moment
Give me a moment

Ooh baby when you cry
Your face is momentary
You hide your looks behind these scars

In hybrid moments
In hybrid moments

In hybrid moments
In hybrid moments

Give me a moment
Give me a moment

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ArtistMisfits
TitleHybrid Moments
AlbumStatic Age
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Dori Atlantis - Cunt Cheerleaders, 1971
L-R: Cay Lang, Vanalyne Green, Dori Atlantis and Sue Boud
Students of the Feminist Art Program, Fresno State College (now California State University, Fresno), 1970-71

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Dori Atlantis - Cunt Cheerleaders, 1971

L-R: Cay Lang, Vanalyne Green, Dori Atlantis and Sue Boud

Students of the Feminist Art Program, Fresno State College (now California State University, Fresno), 1970-71

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These are the Forbidden City Glamour Girls. Quite stunning, aren’t they?
Back in the 1930s and 40s, Chinatown nightclubs flourished. These girls were from Charlie Low’s legendary nightclub “Forbidden City.” Opened in 1938, Low named it after the Forbidden City in Beijing and served as the master of ceremonies. At its peak, the club drew hundreds of locals, Hollywood celebrities, and GIs. Forbidden City also put on comedy skits and music shows featuring an all Asian cast of singers, dancers, and vaudeville performers during a time when Asian Americans could not find employment in the entertainment business due to discriminatory laws and hiring practices.
For further reading: Arthur Dong “Forbidden City, USA: Chinese American Nightclubs, 1936-1970
If you’re in San Francisco, the CHSA Museum has a full day of programs this Saturday April 12. Arthur Dong will talk about his book over some cocktails!

chsamuseum:

These are the Forbidden City Glamour Girls. Quite stunning, aren’t they?

Back in the 1930s and 40s, Chinatown nightclubs flourished. These girls were from Charlie Low’s legendary nightclub “Forbidden City.” Opened in 1938, Low named it after the Forbidden City in Beijing and served as the master of ceremonies. At its peak, the club drew hundreds of locals, Hollywood celebrities, and GIs. Forbidden City also put on comedy skits and music shows featuring an all Asian cast of singers, dancers, and vaudeville performers during a time when Asian Americans could not find employment in the entertainment business due to discriminatory laws and hiring practices.

For further reading: Arthur Dong “Forbidden City, USA: Chinese American Nightclubs, 1936-1970

If you’re in San Francisco, the CHSA Museum has a full day of programs this Saturday April 12. Arthur Dong will talk about his book over some cocktails!

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Siouxsie and the Banshees - Dear Prudence

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ArtistSiouxsie and the Banshees
TitleDear Prudence
Albumflower bomb songs

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Chickenfruit outtake

Amazing I could watch it all day

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Don’t be afraid of enemies who attack you. Be afraid of the friends who flatter you. — Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends & Influence People (via observando)

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