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Food, sex, puppies!

Okay, now that I got your attention, I wanna tell all of you to watch The Bold Type. If you’re a feminist, you’ll want to watch this new show. It’s got three amazing female leads and an almost entirely female cast, it’s so beautifully diverse I actually cried. Did I mention there’s a f/f relationship between a black girl and a muslim girl? Sexuality is talked about in the most natural way possible. And the three men that appear on the show are feminists too. The one hetero couple is healthy and unproblematic. It’s a story about millennials from millennials. In one world: intersectionality.

Give this show a chance, I promise you won’t regret it. Watch The Bold Type @ Tuesdays 9/8 on Freeform (you can fine previous episodes on the app!). If you’re not in the States - I’m not -  there’s plenty of streaming links around. 

Watch it, tweet about it, share it on Facebook, make some noise! TBT deserves appreciation and better publicity. I am not letting this show get cancelled after the first season, so dear allies and people of Tumblr who are always complaining about the lack of rep, this is our chance. 


Intersection: Where are you come from, where do you live et where would you like be carried by the life?

Daft Punk: We come from space, and not from Versailles. We live on Earth because we love her. We will go where life will lead us. 

Inter: Do you remember the exact moment when your route clearly bifurcated to music?

DP: At the release of “Da Funk” in 1995.

Inter: Had you a moped when you were at lycée Carnot?

DP: No, we took the metro.

Inter: What was your ambition at the time of Darlin’ (band name in homage to the Beach Boys)?

DP: Become rock stars for have groupies.

Inter: When did you started the production of this new disc, what was the starting concept?

DP: No concept, we wanted to give free rein to experimentation. What is now an album has long been a dizzying chaos.

Inter: Since your first tracks, what changed the most in your way to do music?

DP: Not make music just together in a room, but invite all a team to participate to the adventure.

Inter: What are your first motorised remembrances?

DP: Renault 30 and Fiat 500

Inter: How do you use the travels you do in your work?

DP: Between France and the United States, we successfully linked inspiration, work and pleasure.

Inter: Do you have an anecdote related to mobility to tell us about one of your tour?

DP: We are pleased to have been around the world in a pyramid.

Inter: This American dream that you share with Phoenix, and now greatly realized, was it related to the car culture, the fantasy of the road? We think about the Ferrari 412 of "Electroma" …

DP: Yes, the road is a part of it.  The excess, the travel and the freedom. “Electroma”.

Inter: Do you own a vehicle? Why this one? In which one would you like to move?

DP: The Ferrari 412 form “Electroma”, it was our car. We’ve auctioned it for the Japan benefit after the tsunami. Now, we would like to drive a Lamborghini Countach or a Aston Martin Bulldog.

Inter: We imagine that for your tours, you use more the aircraft than the truck. Are we wrong?

DP: The crossing of USA by bus in company of Kavinsky, Sebastian, Dj Falcon and our loved ones will forever remain a memory etched in the asphalt.

Inter: And daily, how do you move? Jet pack?

DP: We teleport ourselves.

Inter: Would you like to work with an automotive brand? If yes, in which form?

DP: We were present at the Monaco Grand Prix to support Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean for the Lotus team.

Inter: Music, film, design (the Habitat table) … Apart from music, which type of creation you interested in? What are the fields of interest that you have not yet explored?

DP: We are interested in creation in general, as long as we believe we can bring a little something. Designer a car would be nice.

Inter: What the word “intersection” evokes you?

DP: Crossroads.

Inter: Could you reform the band today with Branco from Phoenix and have a great success?

DP: We could also form a super group with Z6PO and R2D2.

Inter: Choose 3 books, 3 albums and 3 holiday destinations.

3 books:

“Alice in Wonderland” Lewis Carroll

“53 Days” Georges Perec

“My Last Breath” Luis Buñuel

3 albums:

“The Dark Side of The Moon” Pink Floyd

“Yeezus” Kanye West

“Le Messie” Georg Friedrich Händel

3 destinations:

Mars, Jupiter and Uranus.

This is the most adorable thing I’ve ever read: it’s like a sitcom!

This is from an upcoming scan, an interview from a 2002 issue of Intersection magazine. Thomas wants to sell his car because it keeps breaking down, and Guy-Man is preparing to take his license test.

anonymous asked:

hi! do u seem to know any interview where thomas & guy-man actually talk about their personal life? :)

They are notorious for being tight-lipped about their personal lives, but I’d say the 2013 Rolling Stone and 2013 GQ interviews are your best bets, if you haven’t read them already. There’s also a great interview scanned and uploaded by ifcwdjd from Intersection magazine that delves a little bit into their personal lives, particularly how well they drive… lol. You could also read through the articles in ifcwdjd's bulk downloads– there are some fun little tidbits in each of them. I hope this helps!

I think sexism, racism, heterosexism and classism are interlocking systems that play off each other and amplify one another in a myriad of ways, so to say there is one battle for women would be inaccurate. Our differences are what can make for a vibrant feminist movement, and I would love to see our disagreements with each other being welcomed instead of shunned and written off as ‘in-fighting’.
—  Kathleen Hanna - from an interview in Frankie Magazine