Ooh, this section. Okay.
I'm starting to get more into books, y'all. What I've
enjoyed so far includes Fear of Flying, The Bell Jar, Flowers for
Algernon, Play It As It Lays, The Color Purple, and No One Belongs
Here More Than You. And lots of academic lit on language, music,
gender, and sexuality. I devour that stuff whole. (For reference: I
have three academic books on music in my bag right now. I have a
I seem to like pretty much anything feminist/queer-themed from the
60s-80s. Or anything where the protagonist ends up in an asylum.
Book recommendations are always appreciated!
(And I read a ridiculous amount of Uncle John's Bathroom Readers,
which accounts for my vast knowledge of historic ephemera.)
Heavenly Creatures, Rocky Horror Picture Show, The
Room (oh hai), Wayne's World, Lilo and Stitch, Mulan, It's a
Wonderful Life, Pulp Fiction, and pretty much anything
light-hearted and funny or cultish. I also watched Strange Frame
recently, an animated lesbian sci-fi psychedelic musical. That was
Yes please. Top 3 of the moment: Belle and Sebastian,
The Cars, Architecture in Helsinki.
I'm a pop fan, through and through. Anything from the 70s (although
defaulting to classic rock, new wave, and soul) and any and all
indie pop is what I gravitate towards.
I think it's probably best to link to my last.fm, actually.
I'm also always open to music suggestions! If there's a band you
think I need to get into, message me.
I don't watch a lot of TV, but I do have a thing for
mindless, fun reality shows. Dancing With the Stars is my comfort
food when it comes to TV. I also like Corner Gas. I dabble in anime
occasionally - I've most enjoyed Kino's Journey and Azumanga
Hummus, sweet potato fries, caramel corn, chicken,
bananas, peanut butter, veggies of all kinds. Oh, and I really like
garlic. I've even had garlic fudge before (verdict: surprisingly