i sing in a rock band. i'm married to the drummer. we have a kickass baby boy named Auggie Grey. i work at a killer ad agency. my mister delivers your mail. we live in portland and own a house, two cats and a dream of one day playing music full-time for lots of dolladollabillzyall.
this is a blog about our lives and the clash between our rocknroll nightlife and our domestic home life. follow along as i learn to work both sides.
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Reblogged from photojq
The Hollywood Theater recently hosted a screening of the new documentary “A Place of Truth”. I was commissioned by the film’s director, Barrett Rudich, to photograph the event which included a director’s Q&A and poetry reading by the principal subject of the film, Abi Mott, photographed here by the poster at the entry of the theater.
i remember seeing this girl once. wish i’d have stopped.
Reblogged from gennnna
"and if you can’t detect the sarcasm you’ve misunderstood"
My friends are coming over for a jigsaw puzzle sesh but really I’m going to make them all watch this on repeat.
I waited all day to listen/watch this cause Caitlyn Moran tweeted about loving it so therefore I knew I’d love it. Did not disappoint.
this is just. the best
lily fucking allen, queen of pop
Reblogged from lydieslittlefamily
Paul Elam, the author of the above quote and one of the major voices of the men’s rights activism movement, will be featured on 20/20 today (Friday, October 18) at 10pm Eastern on ABC.
Watch it! Or don’t. Just remember that men’s rights has nothing to do with advocating for men and everything to do with heartless misogyny and advocating violence against women (and anyone else who is seen as contributing to a culture where men are brutally oppressed by a feminist shadow conspiracy).
I’ve actually been working on a post about this guy and his contributions to the MRA movement for, like, forever, and I just get too fucking frustrated and disgusted to finish it, so I’m just gonna add some more quotes and context:
and from here on out, should I be called to sit on the jury for a rape trial, I publicly vow to find all accused rapists guilty even in the absolute absence of all evidence of his guilt
He wouldn’t be allowed to sit on the jury though, thank god. Claiming someone is guilty or not guilty before you’ve witnessed the trial gets you cut.
What absolute scum. That 20/20 thing has gotta be like… “look at this fucking misogynist.”
literally kill this man
Let him rot in an oubliette somewhere.
I usually always want to see some sort of good in people, but never in my life have I thought I would hear something so hateful and cruel. I don’t even want to search for any good in the soul of this person. Not at all. (via hallowheatleyofficial)Just went to google him and the fourth search was Paul Elam misogynistic lunatic. (via monamama)
this fuckin douche
Reblogged from lydieslittlefamily
so high schoolers were touring my college today and I was on my laptop in the lounge
and these few girls kept giggling and pointing at me while the tour guide was talking
and I heard one girl say, “Oh my god, I am NEVER wearing pajama pants into a school building!”
and I’m just like
Lol I so did
maybe i’m hella old school, but i’ve never worn pajamas out of my house (2 minute jaunts to the corner store for champagne at 6am because you have a hangover that needs to die does not count. and those were technically just turquoise long underwear, which are pretty much leggings anyway).
y’all: pajamas are not clothes. just like sweat pants are not clothes. want comfort but need to leave the house? put on some fucking leggings and have some self respect.