When Saints Go Machine: 'Kelly' og 'Church and Law' fra Konkylie, 2011.
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"Your dad was into American Apparel before you and he has the monochromatic pimp get ups to prove it. He was an all balls, no helmet kind of man that knew what full commitment looked like, and it looked god damn turbo hard. Bathed head to toe in the freshest royal Pantone swatches, he was known for fist slapping anyone who had the stones to step up and called him lavender. He was the King of single color outfit and he wore your mom like a crown.
So hipsters, next time you’re listening to Sleigh Bells in the dressing room while trying to look indifferent in the mirror, remember this…
If millions of hipsters shop at the same store, doesn’t that make the store mainstream?"
What would happen if men could menstruate and women could not? Clearly, menstruation would become an enviable, boast-worthy, masculine event: Men would brag about how long and how much. Young boys would talk about it as the envied beginning of manhood Generals, right-wing politicians, and religious fundamentalists would cite 'mens-truat...ion' as proof that only men could serve God and country in combat. If men could menstruate, the power justifications would go on and on. If we let them.