Once [gay] people began to say who they were, you found that it was your next-door neighbor or it could be your child, and we found people we admired,” she said. “That understanding still doesn’t exist with race; you still have separation of neighborhoods, where the races are not mixed. It’s the familiarity with people who are gay that still doesn’t exist for race and will remain that way for a long time as long as where we live remains divided.
Julianne Hing, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Ferguson Highlights ‘Real Racial Problem’ in U.S., Colorlines (Aug. 22, 2014). (via notoriousrbg)
Currently surviving life by obsessively listening to online glam rock and misandry playlists.
It’s nice not really drinking alcohol all that much because when I do, 1/4 of a teacup of wine is enough to make me chilllllll
I just bought 50 yards of elastic. I really really hope I do use it all up for my business! Because if I don’t it will sit in my sewing supplies and laugh at my entrepreneurial youthful follies.