Thursday, 30 October 2014

i never learn

ziploc (i)
Do you ever find that you make the same mistakes, over and over? It's easy to do in the virtual plane, where our thought-forms move and dance and have weird weightless sex where virtual flesh intersects, merges, moves through itself and yet never quite meets. Sian knows exactly what that means.

After the cut there's more on this, and more pretty pictures, although the pictures are all the more NSFW for Sian's fully clothed state. Mainly though, this is the Lykke Li post.


Friday, 10 October 2014

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

electric lady

electric lady (ii)
OK, here are some reasons why Sian loves Janelle Monae's Electric Lady album:

Sunday, 14 September 2014

brain bleach

brain bleach (i)
Sian was wearing this getup when she last saw friend Portia, who said, "Sian looks like she wants get herself hypnotised." Portia's been writing in brave detail of her adventures in the world of Real World B, D, S and M recently, and knows a little of Sian's adventures and roleplay scenes.

But here's the thing.

Thursday, 4 September 2014

consumer

consumer (iii)
...to define oneself by media consumption is not just unhealthy, it’s vacuous. To do so is to go beyond the necessary distractions from the real world’s tedium and travails. It’s a demand for a Huxley-esque perpetual childhood. 
Gamers won’t die because there will always be, in capitalism, people who define themselves by what they buy. When their imaginary identity politics are challenged, they’ll lash out, angrily, with as much vitriol as they can muster. 
Ian Williams, "Death to the Gamer", jacobinmag.com