The first post of hopefully many outfit pictures.
I first have to say I really need to improve on my posing cause I have no idea how to pose my body.
Top - Primark
Shoes- I have no idea
The weather was freezing and this is the first time my tattoo has been able to breath since I got it. At the moment I’m trying to mix and match the stuff I have in my wardrobe since my style is changing and I’m trying to work out the direction its going in.
I feel like there needs to be more accessories in my arsenal alongside a better make up selection which consist of more that 1 eye-liner 3 lipsticks and eyebrow kit. On the plus side my trousers fit me now instead of being too baggy and I’m liking the hairstyle.
T’Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness: Queer Blues Divas of the 1920s
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T’Ain’t Nobody’s Bizness exposes the triply oppressed (black, female, queer) pioneers of blues through interviews with cultural historians, vintage photos, footage, and recordings, all narrated by Jewelle Gomez. With lavish costumes and sexually suggestive lyrics, bisexual and lesbian singers such as Ma Rainey (got arrested for indecency at an all-girl party—while married to a man) and Gladys Bentley (a “bulldagger” in full tuxedo) were regularly shunned by the church and society for their rough and tumble ways.
Robert Philipson 2011 29 min. USA
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Hello, it’s me here, with a shit homemade binder, shitty webcam camera quality, and a beanie, here to make everyone question their sexuality