Get too close to the flame."
From the zine Infinite Relationships.
I read this zine for the first time about a year ago. I re-read it last night because my ideas when it comes to polyamory and monogamy are something I’ve been thinking about more lately; Something I’ve needed to have more concrete feelings about, a more complete understanding of where I stand. I was hoping it’d make me feel better about some of my relationships, and it did. I posted this same quote last year, and it still hits just as hard.
This, other than generally resonating with thoughts I’ve thunk, reminds me I still need to get my copy of I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You by @yumisakugawa. Will have to stop by skylightbooks when I’m in LA next month!
LA! Next month!!!
That’s What She Said - A queer, Asian-American web series following the lives of 5 friends in Los Angeles. Created out of a desire to see positive Asian representations in the media, as well as to give voice to the often untold stories of queer Asian women, the series chronicles the lives of five fictional characters – Leslie, Rae, Shin, Baby, and Nic – within the queer sphere of the greater Los Angeles area.
Re-reblogging because we have one day left to vote for that handsome person in the top right GIF to be the first female Mr. Hyphen!
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Lately I find myself throwing things. #wheel #pottery #ceramics #somanymugs #laney
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