Yup, I’m taking my idea and running with it. Photos to follow.
Joseph Keckler, a New York-based performance artist, sings and plays piano in this beautiful, haunting, and hilarious opera piece in which he plays a bored office worker turning into his former goth teen self as he walks through New York City’s St. Marks Place. Listening to the piece, I thought: damn, this is pretty good!
And while we’re at it, enjoy the original 12″ single of Bauhaus’ Bela Lugosi’s Dead:
Yesterday evening, Anita Sarkeesian (in case you haven’t heard of her, here’s a good intro) tweeted this:
A few days ago I got an exciting media interview request, so this morning I hopped on a plane to NYC. More to come!
— Feminist Frequency (@femfreq) October 29, 2014
A few minutes ago as of this writing, she tweeted this picture:
Expect a lot of gnashing of teeth on parts of 8Chan, A Voice for Men, a few subreddits, and other internet hangouts for misogynerds, as well as for some butthurt guy to add Stephen Colbert’s name to the “Mangina” entry in WikiMANNia (yes, it’s a real thing).
The moral of this story: always proofread your work. And use lots of lube.
Thanks to Peach Flambee for the find!