oh god i’m part of a not-actually-distinctly United States narrative aren’t I

more like crapitalism, m i rite 

subtext: my workplace is downsizing so i have four months to find a job

to steal vicoactus's phrase, should i use “queer woman of faggot experience” on a cover letter to indicate my (past and present) intimate involvement in multiple sex-having demographics? 

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homo-online:

The Turing Test by Jason Schneiderman
It might be urged that when playing ‘the imitation game’ the best strategyfor the machine may possibly be something other than the behaviour of a man.–Alan Turing 
Who do you think he is, this boy in the midwestjerking off to the end of Alan Turing’s biography,getting aroused by the parts where the shameand degradation are exactly what he’s always wanted,at a pornographic remove, and his history teacherknows nothing about the end of Alan Turing’s life,which this boy will wisely leave out of his report.Chemical castration? Hot. Nascent breasts? Hot.Driven to suicide? Hot. Hot. Hot. And yes,in the morning, on the schoolbus, or in the driver’sseat of his friend-girl’s car, he’ll think, that wasseriously fucked up, jerking off to that, and he won’teven tent his pants by the light of day, knowinghe erased his browser history of all the chastityblogs, and all the chatrooms where he gets to besix foot two and the captain of the football teamwho always just turned eighteen yesterday andis enslaved to his coach, but that fantasy is gettingtired, and his mind wonders to tomorrow’s trigexam, and soon he’ll get back to Alan Turing,cock-slave to his government. Hot. Defeater of Nazis.Hot. And by day, this you’re-not-fooling-anyonepresident of the Gay/Straight alliance may be furiousat how this hero was treated, will start a petitionto get the science lab named for Alan Turing,but at night he wonders, in one recurring fantasy,if he could ever pass the Turing test, but in the otherdirection. If maybe, just maybe, no one could ever tellhe was human.
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JASON SCHNEIDERMAN is the author of the poetry collections Sublimation Point and Striking Surface. He is Poetry Editor of Bellevue Literary Review, and Associate Editor of Painted Bride Quarterly. He is an Assistant Professor of English at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY.
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homo-online:

The Turing Test by Jason Schneiderman

It might be urged that when playing ‘the imitation game’ the best strategy
for the machine may possibly be something other than the behaviour of a man.
–Alan Turing 

Who do you think he is, this boy in the midwest
jerking off to the end of Alan Turing’s biography,
getting aroused by the parts where the shame
and degradation are exactly what he’s always wanted,
at a pornographic remove, and his history teacher
knows nothing about the end of Alan Turing’s life,
which this boy will wisely leave out of his report.
Chemical castration? Hot. Nascent breasts? Hot.
Driven to suicide? Hot. Hot. Hot. And yes,
in the morning, on the schoolbus, or in the driver’s
seat of his friend-girl’s car, he’ll think, that was
seriously fucked up, jerking off to that, and he won’t
even tent his pants by the light of day, knowing
he erased his browser history of all the chastity
blogs, and all the chatrooms where he gets to be
six foot two and the captain of the football team
who always just turned eighteen yesterday and
is enslaved to his coach, but that fantasy is getting
tired, and his mind wonders to tomorrow’s trig
exam, and soon he’ll get back to Alan Turing,
cock-slave to his government. Hot. Defeater of Nazis.
Hot. And by day, this you’re-not-fooling-anyone
president of the Gay/Straight alliance may be furious
at how this hero was treated, will start a petition
to get the science lab named for Alan Turing,
but at night he wonders, in one recurring fantasy,
if he could ever pass the Turing test, but in the other
direction. If maybe, just maybe, no one could ever tell
he was human.

——

JASON SCHNEIDERMAN is the author of the poetry collections Sublimation Point and Striking Surface. He is Poetry Editor of Bellevue Literary Review, and Associate Editor of Painted Bride Quarterly. He is an Assistant Professor of English at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY.

More here

HOMO

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rev0lutionbummer:

letthemhateus:

Never forget



i still wear this shirt all the time and remember the time folks wrecked that weird bar in new jersey right after this picture was taken

That was a weekend, wasn’t it?

rev0lutionbummer:

letthemhateus:

Never forget

i still wear this shirt all the time and remember the time folks wrecked that weird bar in new jersey right after this picture was taken

That was a weekend, wasn’t it?

(Source: dandyjon)

*long snort*

*long snort*

(Source: dandyjon, via resilienttbastard)

welp-a:

A few months ago my phone autocorrected “could” to “culo” in a text I almost sent to my boss and today it autocorrected “acquired” to “squirting.”

So that’s my life now I guess.

>_>’

nemesissy:

Somebody stole JD Samson’s bike, and they made a CL post just to whine about it, and don’t you just love it when shitty things happen to shitty people?

i’m sure we’ve all done something shitty that violates the trust of others to pay the bills, you know? once or twice at LEAST.