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July 16, 2014 at 10:03pm
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Ok, so I figured that perhaps not everyone is aware that this is available to use now, especially the younger folk out there.

This is OraQuick, and it is an FDA-Approved, in-home HIV test that provides results in about 20 minutes. I’m not sure about the availabilty of this product (or similar ones) in other countries, but in the U.S. you can purchase these at Walgreens for a mere 35 bucks, and you can even have them delivered to your door for complete anonymity.

Reading the results is easy. One line you are negative, two lines you are positive.

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Why is this important? Well I know for a fact that a lot of guys say they are HIV negative without really getting tested, or they base that on some really old test result. There is no excuse now. You can get this in the mail if you want, and know for sure in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Its good peace of mind. And if you meet someone new and you are planning on playing around, its an easy and cheap thing to do to know where you guys stand. It builds trust right off the bat. Being safe is not just about wearing a condom. Its a combination of many things like trust, knowing the person, closeness, and being a good judge of character. Now on top of that you can keep up with your HIV status on a regular basis. :)

This is important for people to know, I never knew it existed

This is how my boyfriend and I tested before we started bareback in together after being with each other for 3 months. It’s super easy.

I know that it’s scary, believe me, I don’t practice risky behaviors and my anxiety was through the roof. It’s so important though you guys.

They even give you a non-descript bag to dispose of everything in.

(Source: kabutocub, via sparklingsodacans)

10:02pm
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July 7, 2014 at 7:24pm
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Can the Party Space Ever Be Truly Queer?

theculturewhore:

I think we are all in agreement at this point that marriage is not and can never be queer. Whether you take the feminist approach that the institution upholds gender roles or the anti-capitalist approach that its primary purpose is to ensure the production of new workers, it is safe to say that marriage stands no chance in the face of a queer critique. While marriage equality is very trendy right now, we are over here trying to come up with radical new ways to love, to exist, and to solve the problem that is 21st century post-capitalist American personhood. And we can all agree that state-sanctioned unions need to go.

But what about partying? Partying, or the party space, always purports to be a unifying, sometimes transcendental, experience, and we all seem to be okay with that. We party separately in our own communities, but appreciation for cheap beer and good drugs transcends all boundaries. On some level, I think it’s built into our understanding of what and who a modern day subject is.

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June 29, 2014 at 10:13am
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filth-thezine:

Black and Pink: Chicago is an open family of GLBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other.

filth-thezine:

Black and Pink: Chicago is an open family of GLBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other.

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June 25, 2014 at 9:40pm
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granary:

Jack Waters and Peter Cramer. Spring 2014.

granary:

Jack Waters and Peter Cramer. Spring 2014.

June 7, 2014 at 12:41am
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burymyart:

Map of CaliforniaMap of Public Surveys in California, 1866
R.I.S.E.RADICALINDIGENOUSSURVIVANCE &EMPOWERMENT
Originally published by the US Department of the Interior, General Land Office, October 2nd 1866. The map includes: “asphaltum wells, salt ponds, oil springs, and numerous types of mines including gold, silver, quick silver, copper, tin and lead. Map of the Public Surveys in California and Nevada to accompany Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office.”http://www.facebook.com/RISEIndigenous______________________________________.

burymyart:

Map of California
Map of Public Surveys in California, 1866

R.I.S.E.

RADICAL
INDIGENOUS
SURVIVANCE &
EMPOWERMENT

Originally published by the US Department of the Interior, General Land Office, October 2nd 1866. The map includes: “asphaltum wells, salt ponds, oil springs, and numerous types of mines including gold, silver, quick silver, copper, tin and lead. Map of the Public Surveys in California and Nevada to accompany Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office.”

http://www.facebook.com/RISEIndigenous
______________________________________.

May 27, 2014 at 12:57pm
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granary:

Mixer Feedback Experiments.

May 24, 2014 at 6:12pm
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May 17, 2014 at 8:10pm
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Demian Dine’yazhi’ working some looks.

Demian Dine’yazhi’ working some looks.