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#me

joeydeangelis:

Chloe Black
"27 Club"

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#this is good
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#praise

manhood:

parfumdelmuerte:

manhood:

Tbh I feel like (queer) men of color never talk about how white eurocentric beauty standards affect us too the discourse is always focused around women we really need to talk about this

In America it’s even worse. But I think to some degree there is a general acceptance of the white standard and people just go with it rather than try to question it. Black presence in the queer community is almost non existent save for the fetish.

I think it’s like that in Europe too except we don’t have the large black (queer) community that the US has so the largest racialized minorities here are mostly of Middle Eastern descent. I just feel like men of color period never discuss these things, I don’t know if it is because talking about your outer appearance and beauty ideals is seen as something feminine and thus bad but like I think we’re in desperate need of discussing these issues

The Euro-centric standards are hard to break through. I’m Latino, but because of my skin color I identify as black. For years I thought the white male was the ideal and it made my hate the way I looked, and I felt to be very unattractive for years. I’ve even found myself dating white men who fetishize blackness. Other white men in the states have also found nothing wrong with saying that they just don’t date men of color. Outside of that, plenty of black men also don’t date other men of color. Frankly, its a mess. I can only speak from my experiences on the east coast of America, but I’ve found it very common. As far of the lack of discussion on the matter in the grand scheme, the idea of the aesthetic is EXTREMELY important to gay men…so why aren’t we discussing it? I think because it digs up a lot of issues men don’t want to face. In terms of masculinity, I do believe on some level it has to do with discussing things that cannot be trivialized with a joke.

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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

Frances Sousa

Untitled, 2014

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manhood:

Tbh I feel like (queer) men of color never talk about how white eurocentric beauty standards affect us too the discourse is always focused around women we really need to talk about this

In America it’s even worse. But I think to some degree there is a general acceptance of the white standard and people just go with it rather than try to question it. Black presence in the queer community is almost non existent save for the fetish.

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artandcetera:

Human Error

Victoria Siemer, also know as Witchoria, is a graphic designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Human Error is a series of nostalgic polaroids that depict the broken heart as a computerized error that may or may not be restored in a few mouseclicks. 

sigh. this is everything right now.

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zacheser:

when did american horror story become a psychotic lobsterfuck murderclown version of glee.

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#where is the lie
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#the only reason I watch this show tbh #the strain
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#STOP
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#husband


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