Oscar Raymundo’s Easy Target takes one conventional argument from news media, pop culture, local politics, or queer lifestyle — and shoots it down.
The problem with gay monogamy is not a reality TV personality with a big mouth. The problem is a lack of communication: understanding our partners, aligning our expectations of commitment, and forming a pact - not to get on the HRC homepage - but to make our relationship work. In some cases, it might even save our lives.
“And in those days I went clubbing a lot, so I’d be that obnoxious person next to the DJ, trying to read the label, turning in circles. Usually, it would be something really obscure like a white label with nothing written on it. And DJs wouldn’t want to tell— so yeah, I had a lot of awkward conversations standing next to a DJ, screaming in his ear like, “Who’s this?” Trying to write the name of something with eyeliner on a receipt and smudge it in my pocket. Then I’d find it hungover the next day and try to figure out what it was.”—Bjork (via teenageart)