I’m glad someone finally gets it.
Screen Shot for the music video for ANOTHER LIE- which comes out September 4th!
RUNWAYS are for Pussies. The street is where it’s at!
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BARE WITH ME- this is a complicated process and these thoughts are only my own. I get that boycotting russian vodka sends a message to companies who do business in Russia- but what does it do to actually change things in Russia? Just to be clear (before y’all attack me)- I’m not 100% against the Boycott of Russian Vodka. I do think that is is important to raise awareness. It is important that this be used as a catalyst to create a conversation about real change. How do we make sure that we engage in a long-term war. How do we make that happen? I’m willing to bet that most people have jumped on the vodka band-wagon because its topical. The gay bars dumping this vodka have already paid for it. The Vodka companies already have the money. Wouldn’t it be more effective to then sell it- and donate ALL PROCEEDS (not just a lame $1 a drink) to international human rights organizations? Furthermore why Russia? Because they’re light skinned? Why not the same outrage over many other countries that have done the same thing? Yes, we must start somewhere and this is a good start to creating a dialog, but how do we ensure the battle waged against this specific injustice is not just something we engage people in at the water-color for two weeks before moving on to the next thing? We live in a time built on 140 characters where something is important per the news cycle and then is dropped?. We always say “we need to have a serious conversation about this…” and then it never happens. This issue based ADD is also true in regards to “conversations that need to be had” about human rights, civil rights, gun laws, terrorism etc and etc… How about if we just actually have the f#cking serious conversation? How about if we as a group of smart people who care about these things strategize a sophisticated plan that involves fighting these wars on all fronts with tangible actions? There is a lot to be done- and I call upon leaders, followers, dreamers and activists to come together, to figure out a way to create REAL change. To ask people to do things. To engage every day people to do the small and large things that are needed to get the work done. Its more than just sharing a trendy link about gays dumping their precious liquor. Lets get real, Russian Vodka companies NOTHING to do with Russian Law. Its like expecting child labor laws in China to change if we stop eating Chinese take-out. Time to crack open our fortune cookies and determine our future with real tangible action instead of passive social media aggression.
Last night with Alaska
I honestly hope you like it. aahha. :3
Please find me a man who looks JUST like this.
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the wisdom of the muppets
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I CAN NOT with DELTA.