ashleevcat:

omfgcate:

dqdbpb:

we’re halfway thru april, u know what tht means?

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#ITS GONNA BE MAY

Jesus Christ

katydidnot:

my family violence textbook says that restorative justice is not popularly used in family violence cases (including, of course, intimate partner violence) because of the following potential problems: “(1) victim safety, (2) manipulating by offenders, (3) pressure on victims, (4)…

do you know any aboriginal models?

harinef:

samantha harris

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tawny:

dillvers:

i’m posting these bc tawny seems to think they are very important and i’m sure other ppl will too. read from the bottom up/?? bc twitter is hard to screenshot, oh well

there’s plenty of mistakes in these bc i have trouble filtering myself before just tweeting, but i think my ideas came out pretty ok. i just saw an event that was about ‘saving’ “our” ‘music scene’ and that most of the attendees were men and that the host was a man, in a place not too far from my own, and i was reminded of these things. i want to talk to other people about this. it’s important to me. i feel like i don’t really get to talk to people that aren’t in my immediate friend circle (ie. live on the same street as me) and i want to talk. let’s have a round table. 

new brunswick, 100%, has its faults, but instead of listing them all out myself as an individual, i wanna do things that will challenge those ideas and remind people that that’s not the way it has to be. create a new status quo.

devin is important this is important, new brunswick is great let’s make it better let’s make every punk scene better

This this this. Constantly reminded of imbalances in representation when I visit other scenes, go to electronic shows, visit other inclusive spaces. The power to create barriers occurs at the expense of everyone that isn’t holding the mic. Welcome lgbt/queer/women/non binary musicians and performers into bands and other projects. The easy thing to say is that you’re not obligated to it, but It’s not our responsibility to justify what we’re worth or why we deserve to be there - it shouldn’t be a luxury to not be defending passive aggression or ignorance.

arabellesicardi:

shoutout to every time i wanted 2 kill myself but i spent hours taking selfies to distract myself instead!!!!!!! there will be times you do not want to be the star of your own story but you are the star and it is important to be present or to try to be present, make evidence of you trying, it is not easy to try, it is not easy to exist, you do not move on, you move through, you break down the weight and despair into something tangible and you have to surround yourself in the evidence. you exist you exist you take up space! right where you are! i love the space i take up i love the space my friends take up, i miss the space my friends took up, it will never be filled, nobody can fill it. heavy weights. i will fight every time it gets hard because i know that beyond the stupid fucking grossness of depression there is a big big big endless fire of rage and love i have to share with the world i will not let it go out not ever not even by myself. i will fight every inch of the way and i will look back and i will be able to say i can’t believe i survived myself 

xekstrin:

svvord:

if someone tells you about something horrible youre doing to them and your response is “its ok i hate myself too” thats not a damn apology. youre just guilting them into feeling bad for you. stop

0 tolerance for this kind of emotionally manipulative bullshit

yeah this can get fucked. Accept responsibility for your actions. “Hating yourself” isn’t a freepass for using exploitative behaviour and it creates the dichotomy that all mentally ill people act this way, which they don’t.

collarbonesband:

First new track since 2012. Burnout is out!

Thanks to Pigeons and Planes for premiering it today: http://pigeonsandplanes.com/2014/04/premiere-collarbones-burnout/

lightning-heart:

My Polaroid of Angela Schilling for the cover of the new @vaeinzine issue which includes a collab with @midnightsnackcommittee ⭐️The launch is tomorrow night @saladdaysinc 💃

lightning-heart:

My Polaroid of Angela Schilling for the cover of the new @vaeinzine issue which includes a collab with @midnightsnackcommittee ⭐️The launch is tomorrow night @saladdaysinc 💃

jonnoxvxrevanche:

lightning-heart:

vaeinzine:

Vaein is proud to announce the cover star for Issue #2 is our main girl ANGELA SCHILLING from Swimming. 
The cover and accompanying 10 page editorial was shot and created by the girls of Midnight Snack Committee (Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Andre Ann Bautista, Jessie Brakenbridge and Emma Sara Darbyshire.) Interview conducted by Stef Van Gerven. Issue 2 is primarily photographic, and any words are connected to the image in a form of symbiosis. It’ll be just over $10 so come and pick one up at Salad Days Inc. tomorrow night when we release it.   

yeah!

Um hi everyone.

jonnoxvxrevanche:

lightning-heart:

vaeinzine:

Vaein is proud to announce the cover star for Issue #2 is our main girl ANGELA SCHILLING from Swimming.

The cover and accompanying 10 page editorial was shot and created by the girls of Midnight Snack Committee (Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Andre Ann Bautista, Jessie Brakenbridge and Emma Sara Darbyshire.) Interview conducted by Stef Van Gerven. Issue 2 is primarily photographic, and any words are connected to the image in a form of symbiosis. It’ll be just over $10 so come and pick one up at Salad Days Inc. tomorrow night when we release it.   

yeah!

Um hi everyone.

lightning-heart:

vaeinzine:

Vaein is proud to announce the cover star for Issue #2 is our main girl ANGELA SCHILLING from Swimming. 
The cover and accompanying 10 page editorial was shot and created by the girls of Midnight Snack Committee (Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Andre Ann Bautista, Jessie Brakenbridge and Emma Sara Darbyshire.) Interview conducted by Stef Van Gerven. Issue 2 is primarily photographic, and any words are connected to the image in a form of symbiosis. It’ll be just over $10 so come and pick one up at Salad Days Inc. tomorrow night when we release it.   

yeah!

Um hi everyone.

lightning-heart:

vaeinzine:

Vaein is proud to announce the cover star for Issue #2 is our main girl ANGELA SCHILLING from Swimming.

The cover and accompanying 10 page editorial was shot and created by the girls of Midnight Snack Committee (Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Andre Ann Bautista, Jessie Brakenbridge and Emma Sara Darbyshire.) Interview conducted by Stef Van Gerven. Issue 2 is primarily photographic, and any words are connected to the image in a form of symbiosis. It’ll be just over $10 so come and pick one up at Salad Days Inc. tomorrow night when we release it.   

yeah!

Um hi everyone.

An analysis of the Russian Revolution shows that in allowing a specific group, separate from the workers themselves, to take over the function of managing production, the working class loses all possibility of even controlling the means of producing wealth. the separation of productive labour from the means of production result in an exploiting society. Moreover, when institutions such as the soviets could no longer be influenced by ordinary workers, the regime could no longer be called a soviet regime. By no stretch of the imagination could it still be taken to reflect the interests of the working class. The basic question: who manages production after the overthrow of the bourgeoisie? should therefore now become the centre of any serious discussion about socialism. Today the old equation (liquidation of the bourgeoisie = workers’ state) popularized by countless Leninists, Stalinists, and Trotskyists is just not good enough.
Maurice Brinton, The Bolsheviks and Workers’ Control 
vaeinzine:

We’re so excited and we just can’t hide it. We’re about to lose control….and we think we like it! 
That’s the line we’d be using if we were basic as fuck, but because it’s funny, it’s staying there.
There’s nothing more to say: VAEIN number #2, the reason our website has stayed mysteriously inactive for the last month (sorry) is coming out THIS THURSDAY. It’ll be just over $10, the regular entry fee for your regular club, show or function, except you don’t lose your patience, your dignity or your time: you just get a rad as fuck zine. Included within the pages are some of Adelaide’s most prolific and talented photographers, many of them spanning the world of LGBT. The zine encourages an open mind and an open heart towards those in situations of disenchantment and seeks to give praise to these talented people who are often neglected because of their sexuality or gender. 
The cover and main editorial was handled by none other than Midnight Snack Committee, an all-girl based artist collective and genius group here in Adelaide consisting of Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Jessie brakenbridge, Andre Ann Bautista and Emma Sara Darbyshire.
It doesn’t stop there folks, the going just gets better and better: It also includes editorials and interviews with musicians like Post Paint, Jessica Says, and a secret guest who is also going to be on the cover, which we will announce…
TOMORROW!
Do you hate fanfarey shit like this? because I do but I’m just obnoxious enough to do it myself. Salad Days Inc. Adelaide. Gilbert Street. Thursday the 17th. Bring spare change. It’s going to be a PARTY with music and fun times and NIGHT CALL (jenna side and cassie egan) are DJ’ing. I promise it’ll be good.
The dress code is “blue is the warmest colour.”
Bye!

hey guys…i’ve spent a long time working on this, it include some of my own work as well as the creations of people far superior to me. Vaein Zine is kinda like my baby. This issue is really dope and will be a cool thing to own. It’s also a party, so even if zines aren’t a thing you get to see DJ’s playing something good without an entry fee. You might as well show up. There’ll be plenty of good people and it’s a safe space for anyone who’s gay, queer or trans. I really want to encourage more spaces like that in adelaide so hopefully this can be the start of something good.

vaeinzine:

We’re so excited and we just can’t hide it. We’re about to lose control….and we think we like it! 

That’s the line we’d be using if we were basic as fuck, but because it’s funny, it’s staying there.

There’s nothing more to say: VAEIN number #2, the reason our website has stayed mysteriously inactive for the last month (sorry) is coming out THIS THURSDAY. It’ll be just over $10, the regular entry fee for your regular club, show or function, except you don’t lose your patience, your dignity or your time: you just get a rad as fuck zine. Included within the pages are some of Adelaide’s most prolific and talented photographers, many of them spanning the world of LGBT. The zine encourages an open mind and an open heart towards those in situations of disenchantment and seeks to give praise to these talented people who are often neglected because of their sexuality or gender. 

The cover and main editorial was handled by none other than Midnight Snack Committee, an all-girl based artist collective and genius group here in Adelaide consisting of Phebe Rendulic, Chloe McGregor, Jessie brakenbridge, Andre Ann Bautista and Emma Sara Darbyshire.

It doesn’t stop there folks, the going just gets better and better: It also includes editorials and interviews with musicians like Post Paint, Jessica Says, and a secret guest who is also going to be on the cover, which we will announce…

TOMORROW!

Do you hate fanfarey shit like this? because I do but I’m just obnoxious enough to do it myself. Salad Days Inc. Adelaide. Gilbert Street. Thursday the 17th. Bring spare change. It’s going to be a PARTY with music and fun times and NIGHT CALL (jenna side and cassie egan) are DJ’ing. I promise it’ll be good.

The dress code is “blue is the warmest colour.”

Bye!

hey guys…i’ve spent a long time working on this, it include some of my own work as well as the creations of people far superior to me. Vaein Zine is kinda like my baby. This issue is really dope and will be a cool thing to own. It’s also a party, so even if zines aren’t a thing you get to see DJ’s playing something good without an entry fee. You might as well show up. There’ll be plenty of good people and it’s a safe space for anyone who’s gay, queer or trans. I really want to encourage more spaces like that in adelaide so hopefully this can be the start of something good.