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  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Bobby Kennedy's Speech for Humanity

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Talk In Tongues - Still Don't Seem To Care (Official Video)

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Clean Cut Kid - Runaway

    Great music.

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    The Strypes - Eighty-Four (Live Sessions)

    You know what The Strypes are all about. Sure you do. Four Irish teenagers who’ve been playing garage blues since roughly the time they learnt to walk. Thrashing out R’n’B rave ups like a group of mates who’d bunked double Geography to play a quick c ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    The Wombats - Emoticons (Official Video) (Live from Hordern Pavilion, Sydney)

    The Wombats are an English indie rock band formed in Liverpool. The band comprises native Liverpudlians Matthew Murphy (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard), Daniel (Dan) Haggis (drums, percussion, guitar, keyboard and backing vocals) and Norwegian-born To ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    FIDLAR - Leave Me Alone

    Fidlar specialise in cassette-punk beamed direct from some trashed suburb of Santa Cruz in the late '80s, back when So-Cal bands did punk as sunny, fast and silly garage rock. 'Too' continues the lineage with a more mid-fi new turn, na ...

  • Current Event
    7 years ago
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    ACL Fest to live stream sets from Alabama Shakes, The Strokes, A$AP Rocky, TV on the Radio

    Austin City Limits festival kicks off this Friday and for the second year in a row, the fest will be live-streaming select sets on Red Bull TV. Unfortunately, sets from the fest's highest profile headliners, Drake, Foo Fighters and the Weeknd ar ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Menace Beach - Super Transporterreum

    A supergroup forged from various luminaries of the ever-fertile Leeds indie scene, Menace Beach continue in their quest to revive the gorgeously wasted sound of stoned, early 90s hippy-grunge.

  • Expression
    7 years ago
    Expression
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    Website for Images of Abandoned Buildings

    I found this site on a tangent about opacity in photoshop. I thought it was kinda cool.

  • Current Event
    7 years ago
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    BREAKING: Lance Sanderson Suspended From School Following Attempt To Bring Same-Sex Date To Homecoming

    "I had hoped that today would be one for positive conversation going forward. Instead, I was sent home."

  • Current Event
    7 years ago
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    WATCH: Putin Says He 'Definitely' Condemns Law Criminalizing Homosexuality

    Putin claims 'we have no persecution at all' of gay people in an interview with 60 Minutes.

  • Text Post
    7 years ago
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    Is there a way to post a discussion topic in multiple tribes concurrently?

    I posited a question, but I did not see a way to post it in multiple tribes. Perhaps I missed it. For example, the LGBQ community is fragmented here, but I wanted to reach each of the tribes, so I posted three different times. It looked awkward in the feed. Thank you beforehand for ze answer.

  • Text Post
    7 years ago
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    Will Gay Marriage Destroy the Uniqueness of the GLBQ Subculture? (If you could answer this in qnation that would be great. Thank you.)

    Gay marriage is very much a topic that has had much more than its 15-minutes of fame for me. And, I say this as someone whose sexuality has been fluid. My relationships with both men and women have always ended, with the only common denominator being me. I get it and I am working on it. But, I am not the topic of this quick question.

    The GLBQ community was elated over the Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide and I don't mean to diminish the importance of the legitimization of same sex relationships in the US. But being a contrarian, the advent of gay marriage brings an end perhaps to those things which made being LGBQ an interesting, vibrant, introspective and creative community. I hope I am wrong, but I fear I am not.

    Marriage, having babies and the suburban life seem to undermine everything that made LGBQ life so fun. It's like going from Fruit Stripe bubble gum to sugar-free Dentyne. Does anyone else think that the advent of gay marriage is going to destroy, or diminish the uniqueness of the LGBQ subculture? Is this progress? I am truly interested in your opinion.

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  • Text Post
    7 years ago
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    Will Gay Marriage Destroy the Uniqueness of the GLBQ Subculture? (If you could submit your answers to qnation that would be great. Thank you.)

    Gay marriage is very much a topic that has had much more than its 15-minutes of fame for me. And, I say this as someone whose sexuality has been fluid. My relationships with both men and women have always ended, with the only common denominator being me. I get it and I am working on it. But, I am not the topic of this quick question.

    The GLBQ community was elated over the Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide and I don't mean to diminish the importance of the legitimization of same sex relationships in the US. But being a contrarian, the advent of gay marriage brings an end perhaps to those things which made being LGBQ an interesting, vibrant, introspective and creative community. I hope I am wrong, but I fear I am not.

    Marriage, having babies and the suburban life seem to undermine everything that made LGBQ life so fun. It's like going from Fruit Stripe bubble gum to sugar-free Dentyne. Does anyone else think that the advent of gay marriage is going to destroy, or diminish the uniqueness of the LGBQ subculture? Is this progress? I am truly interested in your opinion.

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  • Text Post
    7 years ago
    +2 2 0

    Will Gay Marriage Destroy the Uniqueness of the GLBQ Subculture?

    Gay marriage is very much a topic that has had much more than its 15-minutes of fame for me. And, I say this as someone whose sexuality has been fluid. My relationships with both men and women have always ended, with the only common denominator being me. I get it and I am working on it. But, I am not the topic of this quick question.

    The GLBQ community was elated over the Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage nationwide and I don't mean to diminish the importance of the legitimization of same sex relationships in the US. But being a contrarian, the advent of gay marriage brings an end perhaps to those things which made being LGBQ an interesting, vibrant, introspective and creative community. I hope I am wrong, but I fear I am not.

    Marriage, having babies and the suburban life seem to undermine everything that made LGBQ life so fun. It's like going from Fruit Stripe bubble gum to sugar-free Dentyne. Does anyone else think that the advent of gay marriage is going to destroy, or diminish the uniqueness of the LGBQ subculture? Is this progress? I am interested in other opinions.

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  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Meat Wave - Cosmic Zoo

    Meat Wave – 'Delusion Moon': For fans of speedy, suburban garage rock and/or 'Humbug'-era Arctic Monkeys, Chicago three-piece Meat Wave channel the loose and lysergic sound of Austin TX's little known 90s punk scene. This, th ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Baio - Sister of Pearl

    So, Chis Baio of Vampire Weekend makes dance songs on the sly, and what do you know, they're not too shabby at all. Though the jarring combination of DFA-esque house and tacky "dumbsmart arena techno" shouldn't work, it most defin ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    No Devotion - "Addition" (Official Lyric Video)

    No Devotion are a Welsh/American alternative rock supergroup formed by American singer Geoff Rickly (formerly of the band Thursday) from New Jersey, and former band members of the Welsh band Lostprophets from Pontypridd. It was formed almost 6 months ...

  • Video/Audio
    7 years ago
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    Prides - Higher Love

    Prides are a Scottish synthpop band formed in Glasgow in 2013. Made up of Stewart Brock (piano, lead vocals), Callum Wiseman (guitar, piano, vocals) and Lewis Gardiner (drums).

  • Current Event
    7 years ago
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    Obama Jabs GOP For Being Behind The Times On Marriage Equality

    "Our religious freedom doesn’t grant us the freedom to deny our fellow Americans their constitutional rights."