wo-myn replied to your post: wo-myn asked:I don’t really under…

definitely don’t think you’re a bitch, just wanted to hear yr thoughts about the connection between your work and hers. genuine thanks for your thoughtful reply.

It was a totally valid question and one I’ve asked myself a lot in instances before. I’m really into the historical nature of girlhood and monstrosity, of course I know I didn’t come up with the ideas – I’m one person in a long line of these things (my friend RGR came up with so much of it and i feel like half my job is reminding people she is so smart!!!!!! she was before me!!!), but I also know I had a huge following, and I am articulating ideas in a very specific way – and that I am introducing these ideas to the internet in a package that is particular to me. And I recognize my mark in things. I’ve had to let go of things before because my ideas and exploration of ideas were adopted by people who really liked my work before, because it was easier than confronting them or fighting for it. And it is tiring, you know? I actually love talking about these ideas with other people so long as they’re building on them and fighting me on them and expanding them. I don’t share everything here and it leads to misinterpretation, and I don’t want to be referenced in something I can’t stand behind. 

That’s right, just give me two weeks and I will be back on Junketsu to get replies done and start new threads~ I will log in some days during the hiatus to reply to ooc questions I have in my inbox and work on a new theme for Junketsu’s blog C:

Thank you very much for your patience! I also see new followers but first I need to read your rules before I follow back C:

Painkilllllllllllklers are so funnyyy I’m sleepy buy no sleep a nd a little dizzy but ihs fynny and I’m glad myn dog doesn’t have chicken feet because blthag would be sssssoo weird hehehehdhdh


Infographic. Poster series. The September Issue Documentary.

As one of the assignments for “Desktop Publishing”, an infographic was created based on the famous documentary, “The September Issue,” a 2009 American documentary film about the behind-the-scenes drama that follows editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and her staff during the production of the September 2007 issue of American Vogue magazine. The film is directed by R.J. Cutler and produced by Eliza Hindmarch and Sadia Shepard.

i was looking for a stick of gum in my moms purse cause she said she had someone and she had a lighter and some weird glass thing in her purse?? aren’t those weird glass things for weed????? she wouldn’t have a lighter she stopped smoking cigs years ago and the other day she smelled like smoke and her bathroom always smells like air spray and she has a small fan in there OH MYN GOD

hey if you have time, please watch “Myn Bala: Warriors of the Steppe” on Netflix.

its about 18th century Kazakhstan, where a group of teenagers fight against the Dhungar invasion.

  • central asian culture hell yeah
  • 100% made in kazakhstan so hell yeah historical accuracy to the max
  • if u liked marco polo/just asian warriors, you will love this