This cape Jeremy Dutcher wore to the Juno Awards is unbelievable, and it was designed to make a statement about queerness, language, and Indigenous relationships to the land 💚💚💚
"The inside of the cape was printed with Cree letters spelling out, “We will succeed.” Dutcher points out that 2019 has been dubbed by the UN the International Year of Indigenous Languages, and wanted to highlight to the significance of protecting Indigenous languages. “In the language I speak, there’s less that 100 fluent speakers left. We’re in a really critical moment right now. We have to work hard to preserve our languages and put them on national stages.”
"I ALREADY don't like how much thinking about memory ownership and side-effects I'm having to do here", the @yomimono story
This one is coming together. It's two separate quilts (and I'm going to make one more). The three will stack on top of one another and will be held together by clothespins, so only the one on top will display...but it can be changed. Title is tentatively "Women's Work." #mastoart #artquilt #embroidery #textileart
wanna cover your town in propaganda/cover up fascist dogshite but are too broke to buy loads of stickers online? here's a tip for ya: if you're able to print your own (printable labels are relatively cheap) then regular waterproof spray from a DIY store works wonders to make them durable enough for the outdoors
hey, if y'all want some Quality Soothing Train Content (TM) you should check out my dad's youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/streetcarbrad/videos (not a joke)
Pro tip: when starting your #WorkerCoop, #IntentionalCommunity, or other collective endeavour, start with agreeing on a conflict resolution procedure, and be very intentional about building trust between the members.
Trust me, waiting until the project is two years in to figure this stuff out is not a great idea.
cis lesbian, computer skeptic, fuck off TERFs.
cat person but also, can I pet your dog?
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