- 8:04 pm - Sat, Jun 15, 2013
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New ball-jointed doll - Dollshe Hound ‘Raphael’
- 9:29 am
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RYM Ultimate Box Set > Vaporwave
I’ve updated this now (see earlier version for previous tracklisting), and I think this “first disc” is as done as it is going to be at this present time. I appreciate everyone’s suggestions, especially Infinity Frequencies (computer-gaze here on Tumblr) and Internet Club (genderdeer).
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Chuck Person – Eccojam B4
骨架的 – Eye
Computer Dreams – Information Superhighway
Midnight Television – Jazzercise
Napolian (Feat. Tariq & Garfield) – Guns & Synths
18 Carat Affair – Vintage Romance
fuji grid tv – change yr mind
esc 不在 – nightvision (overture)
Laserdisc Visions – Mind Access
MACINTOSH PLUS – ブート
Internet Club - THE NEW DIGITAL FRONTIER
mediafired – Tender Age
情報デスクVIRTUAL – M A X I FERRARI ~ レーススラム
Diskette Romances – Candlelight Email
Hayao Yamaneko – Dreams Two [Perfume - Dream Fighter__Richard Pinhas - Sur Le Theme De Bene Gesserit II]
Eyeliner – Scenery
Sacred Tapestry – ドリーミー
Local News – Monday Weather Forecast
Amun Dragoon – #5386 -「Sea of Dreams Floating Metropolis」夢の海フローティング大都市
Contact Lens – MEDIAFIRE GENIUS
MJ Linckoln - It’s So Cruel
Transmuteo - Executive Lightbody
FutureFunkRocker - NET SENSE
Infinity Frequencies – Enlightenment Ritual
ECO VIRTUAL – Cumulus Fractus
Metallic Ghosts - Post-Post-Vaporwave
SAINT PEPSI – Pineapple Juniors
bittertv - combat home electronics
회사AUTO – 401k bliss ++ [Pension Plu$} ++
luxury elite – Midnight
- 3:21 pm
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tips on passing for transgender people
- Hair: hair is very important for anyone who is trying to pass as their identified gender. for example if you are a girl, cryogenically freeze your hair with liquid nitrogen, then fashion it into a spike like a unicorn horn and use it to run people through. for boys, you can try shaving it all off and burning it in your backyard as a sacrifice to the gods. if you don’t identify within the binary, collect every hair from your body over the course of several years and sticking them all together and using them as a lasso.
- Posture: another important one. guys, remember to bend all the way backwards and walk on your hands like in the exorcist. girls, slump over as far as possible when sitting. put your head between your thighs and smile at the people behind you as you walk.
- Clothes: ladies, youre going to need to go out and buy some ceremonial robes covered in protective runic symbols. guys and nonbinary individuals, get rid of your skirts and dresses in favor of hooded boiler suits.
- Voice: altering your voice can be tricky, and you dont want it to sound forced, so shove a fucking kazoo in yor god damn windpipe, do it you sack of garbage
jst remember, not everyone is going to be accepting of your identity, even if you do everything on this list. if you still get misgendered just pretend to be asleep or dead.
- 10:00 am
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My blog turned 4 years old today, a few days after transferring marilynroxie.com to the neonsigh.tumblr.com address (both work and go to the same place). I think probably one of the best things about Tumblr is how many cool people and things I have found out about because of it, or interests I’ve had strengthened, from Teen Witch Magazine to vaporwave. Particularly in tag lists (or should I say, communities) based around common music interests and gender identities I have come into contact with some interesting people, some who I admire from afar, and others who I now communicate with on a regular basis.
Tumblr is now the home to all of the sites that I manage for my own projects, including netlabel Vulpiano Records, the music blog A Future in Noise, male model h(e)aven Lush Fuzzy Patch, and Genderqueer and Non-Binary Identities to name a few. I also operate a fair share of “Fuck Yeahs” dedicated to musicians, with varying degrees of update frequency for the Manic Street Preachers, Nicky Wire, The Fall, The Who, and Pictureplane.
My Tumblr has seen me through quite a few complete life transformations. I started it when I was still living in a small town, just laid off from a job, a few months before I would start my netlabel. I was somewhat directionless and spending a lot of time on the internet, so it is no surprise I ended up on Tumblr after finding it via StumbleUpon. I was lost in music and my own creative endeavors as things in my surroundings dampened further. My love of bands that are important to me have saved me from deeper despair so many times, and in 2009 the Manics were that band. I don’t know what I would have done without their music and the friendship of some of their fans I’ve gotten to know.
Now it is 2013. I have a job, a wonderful boyfriend of nearly 3 years, I have just finished my AA degrees in Library Science and LGBT Studies from City College of San Francisco, and I’ve just completed an internship with the Center for Sex and Culture doing web management and library tech duties (I still curate content for the CSC blog on—that’s right!— a Tumblr). I have more clearly realized my gender and sexuality that ever before after years of fitful struggle and it is in no small part thanks to finding a community of support online.
Yes, there are bad things about Tumblr. There are fights, there are perpetuations of myths (about society at large, or just dissemination of incorrect, poorly cited information). There are times when I have wanted to give it up because of some dreadful post I have seen. There are also those “pale” and “soft grunge” blogs, I mean, what the hell? But I keep coming back
and it’s not just for the rare, cute band photos.
I keep coming back because Tumblr has been my absolute favorite, easiest to use blogging platform and the ability to gain and provide feedback as well as to easily find an audience for one’s work, is I have found, unparalleled in any other service.