JiHye Park - Manifesto Magazine (Asia) April 2014

Takahiro Ogawa (Photographer)

Aki Maesato (Fashion Editor/Stylist)

Tetsuya Yamakata (Hair Stylist)

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Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to evolve powered flight—not just leaping or gliding, but flapping their wings to generate lift and travel through the air. Some were as large as an F-16 fighter jet, and others as small as a paper airplane.

Learn how they flew and come see the new exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs.


I recently performed at Bawdy Storytelling, the show where people get on stage and tell their true tales of sexual adventure.

If you care, you can read my piece on Medium about what it was like to get up on stage.

If you watch me perform and want to know more about OMXperience, read my article.

If you want to suck a dick, this is not the place for you. Get off the computer and go get some.

She’s something else, that Krissy Eliot. Get inside her:

Waitin’ for K.Eliot ( to come snag me so we can go to Brainwash Cafe on Folsom for Tony Sparks comedy night!

We went in Monday and the night ended with folks not-so-playfully heckling each other, ending in a spoken word battle on Folsom St.

Epic times in store tonight, no doubt.

“I know they say love is blind, but I think love’s got spider’s eyes. The moment we undress, every angles manifests.”

Guys, this a real thing happening over here!!
I cannot stop giggling!

Queenie TT is a wildly passionate, penetrating, hilarious woman and one of the first comedy friends I made out here in the Bay. It’s humbling and refreshing to meet such supportive and loving folks who want nothing more than to support one another.
I am so grateful.

Please come out and support a divine person’s healthy-ass life changes and enjoy a spectacular show on May 31st!

»>If that doesn’t convince your blackened heart to come, it’s also worth noting that it will be taking place at the National Pinball Museum, which couldn’t possibly suck.
For fucking real.

I was talking with a coworker about the new material I’m working on and how some of it has to do with rape culture but is not a typical/totally off limits “rape joke”, as being raped isn’t the punchline.

The joke has nothing to do with victim shaming or supporting any of the ideas under the rape culture umbrella but at the end of the day, it’s still a joke with the word “rape” in it (“rapist” is actually the word I use).

Should I shy away because it’s taboo? Am I filled with notions of grander believing that it is my duty to touch on topics that people NEED to fucking talk about?

It’s not about across the board banning jokes about rape but rather using them as a tool to open the dialogue
(instead of using them as a way to reinforce the bullshit the media/modern society shoves down our throats).

He said I shouldn’t do it because it makes people feel “oogy” and he hates when guys make jokes about it.

I agreed, stating that dudes making jokes about rape make ‘em seem…oh, I don’t know,
like a rapist.
I went on to express that I had been told to not talk about certain things in the past and it did nothing but piss me off and make me want to write a whole fucking set about period blood, or enjoying taking a dump.
Agh. Dudes, get over yourselves. We all in this together!

Fuck it. I know that this little nugget is golden (because it made my best friend, Jill, laugh and she is not the sort to pander to me). It’s not quite ready for the stage yet, but know that it’s in the works and when it’s ready to be born, lil homie is gonna come out kickin’ in the teeth of the patriarchy.


Coloring Book Corruptions


Beth Cavener Stichter

You ever have one of those days were you feel like the universe is talking to you?

The truth of art keeps science from becoming inhuman, and the truth of science keeps art from becoming ridiculous.
Raymond Chandler (via jtotheizzoe)

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Artist: Frida Kahlo

Completion Date: 1945

Style: Naïve Art (Primitivism), Surrealism

Genre: religious painting

Technique: oil

Material: masonite

Dimensions: 61 x 75.6 cm

Gallery: Private Collection (On loan to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX)

Life is a train of moods like a string of beads; and as we pass through them they prove to be many colored lenses, which paint the world their own hue, and each shows us only what lies in its own focus
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via purplebuddhaproject)