Slipknot review
It’s a cold-hearted morning in the Northern region of old Viking realms. Through a foggy drizzle tears a grumpy gale and though I’m sheltered behind brick walls, looking out the windows, it’s not hard to picture the unwelcoming, harsh lands this once was. In other words, it’s a perfect morning to – finally – put on my head phones and put some words to the Slipknot album “We Are Not Your Kind” – onwards called
happy new year mother fudgers. Picture shows tired dog with funny hat. Rocking the Spectrum logo bottom center.
Okay ladies, lads and lassies, I honestly can’t remember the exact date of my last post, except – it’s been far too long. Actually so long, my Instagram is becoming more and more the go-to, if you want to know what’s up in this transgender, autistic mind of mine. I mean, what’s easy about Instagram is that it has a typo limit, so sooner or later (which to me mostly feels like sooner) it stops
DISCLAIMER: It has been brought to my attention that Adam Lambert in many interviews has stated that he rarely uses his falsetto. I use the word in this post because I felt it descriptive in terms of trying to communicate to others what I heard. I am NOT a music theorist so please be advised that if there are specific theoretical terms, view them for what they are: words from a layman trying in a
5 things I learned coming out as trans
I spent the summer of 2019 coming out to absolutely everyone as transman. Like everyone else coming out, I faced the initial fears of rejection, anger, disappointment and disbelief. I prepared myself for the worst – that I was going to continue my life more or less alone. Needless to say, I was scared shitless. The thought of continuing my life as a woman, however, scared me more. Today I will share with you 5
layed image. image one shows four mannequins in black and white photo. rocking the spectrum logo spring version. layered textbox with highway background with the words The Fashion industry 2025. Can we have a revolution please
Have you ever walked into a fashion store, feeling like the items sold, weren’t really for you? Taken a mountain of items to the dressing room only to realise, your boobs are too big or your hips too wide or your legs too long – or short? So we compromise – many of us actually do, unless we have the financials to have our clothes tailored. You are a victim of a both socially and