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Asher

Student at CSUN. Interested in computers, the multiverse and accessability. (they/he)
Jul 26 '14
asherehsa:

Hey all,
The next book for the Bi Book Brigade is  A + E 4ever by i. merey
.


  Asher, the boy, is androgynous and beautiful. Eulalie is tall, tough, with long hair shaved on the side. They are complex characters, which I was surprised to find in a graphic novel (I stand corrected on my prejudices now).
  
  Ash is often mistaken for a girl, assumed to be gay, often bullied by the other highschoolers. Eu, on the other hand, is described as a ‘lonely, tough-talking dyke’. The two are drawn together by the fact that they’re both outcasts, and their bond becomes very deep, very quickly. They are both artists, they like similar music, and in each other they find the support they need to help find themselves.
  Please join the group and read with us!

asherehsa:

Hey all, The next book for the Bi Book Brigade is A + E 4ever by i. merey .

Asher, the boy, is androgynous and beautiful. Eulalie is tall, tough, with long hair shaved on the side. They are complex characters, which I was surprised to find in a graphic novel (I stand corrected on my prejudices now).

Ash is often mistaken for a girl, assumed to be gay, often bullied by the other highschoolers. Eu, on the other hand, is described as a ‘lonely, tough-talking dyke’. The two are drawn together by the fact that they’re both outcasts, and their bond becomes very deep, very quickly. They are both artists, they like similar music, and in each other they find the support they need to help find themselves. Please join the group and read with us!

Jul 25 '14

officialfrenchtoast:

"hey don’t you have a crush on…"

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Jul 25 '14
Jul 24 '14
littlebigdetails:

Yelp - Let’s you use emoji to search for businesses.
/via George
More info

littlebigdetails:

Yelp - Let’s you use emoji to search for businesses.

/via George

More info

Jul 24 '14

Using your phone as a universal remote is the coolest

Jul 23 '14
"

A self or identity that is produced through various participation architectures, the act of producing a virtual or digital representation of self by filling out a user interface with personal information.

Facebook and Twitter are examples of the templated self. The shape of a space affects how one can move, what one does and how one interacts with someone else. It also defines how influential and what constraints there are to that identity. A more flexible, but still templated space is WordPress. A hand-built site is much less templated, as one is free to fully create their digital self in any way possible. Those in Second Life play with and modify templated selves into increasingly unique online identities. MySpace pages are templates, but the lack of constraints can lead to spaces that are considered irritating to others.

"
Amber Case on Templated Self
Jul 23 '14

julialost:

they keep asking but the anwser quite simple actually

Jul 22 '14
Hey all,
The next book for the Bi Book Brigade is  A + E 4ever by i. merey
.


  Asher, the boy, is androgynous and beautiful. Eulalie is tall, tough, with long hair shaved on the side. They are complex characters, which I was surprised to find in a graphic novel (I stand corrected on my prejudices now).
  
  Ash is often mistaken for a girl, assumed to be gay, often bullied by the other highschoolers. Eu, on the other hand, is described as a ‘lonely, tough-talking dyke’. The two are drawn together by the fact that they’re both outcasts, and their bond becomes very deep, very quickly. They are both artists, they like similar music, and in each other they find the support they need to help find themselves.
  Please join the group and read with us!

Hey all, The next book for the Bi Book Brigade is A + E 4ever by i. merey .

Asher, the boy, is androgynous and beautiful. Eulalie is tall, tough, with long hair shaved on the side. They are complex characters, which I was surprised to find in a graphic novel (I stand corrected on my prejudices now).

Ash is often mistaken for a girl, assumed to be gay, often bullied by the other highschoolers. Eu, on the other hand, is described as a ‘lonely, tough-talking dyke’. The two are drawn together by the fact that they’re both outcasts, and their bond becomes very deep, very quickly. They are both artists, they like similar music, and in each other they find the support they need to help find themselves. Please join the group and read with us!

Jul 22 '14

nihilistic-delusions:

Double Standards, 2014

Jul 21 '14

Bi Facts

angry-queering-intensifies:

- Bisexuals are equipped with a tiny switch hidden on their person, the flipping of said switch changes them from gay to straight. If they upgrade to pansexual they get a dimmer switch.

- Bisexuals fear commitment as it might lead to the discovery of their secret superhero identities

- Bisexuals collect the tears of monosexuals they have deceived in glass vials - the more vials they have, the higher they rank in the community