1. New Mandy & Val TV episode comes out tomorrow on YouTube! Catch up on old episodes here.

  2. New Unicorn Hard-On music video for HOUNDSTOOTH from the Spectrum Spools album WEIRD UNIVERSE. Produced by Tanz Praxis.


  3. I’ve got a new song up on this mix!

    Wilted Woman - “Cultural Nnone”
    Prostitutes - “Stains Left Unnamed”
    Unguent - “Selenium Drip”
    Fyoelk - “Spinne”
    Cube - “Auto Queen”
    Khaki Blazer - “Groundscore”
    Unicorn Hard-On - “Maddox”
    Canonite - “Cutting the Lamp Shade”
    DK23000 - “Untitled”
    Mincemeat or Tenspeed - “Scarfin Boards”
    Container - “Cushion”
    Frak - “Uttoz Gives a Song”


  5. Debbie Harry in L.A., 1977

    (Source: nancyspungens, via shittyweekend)

  7. covergirl:

    Hear her roar, #instaGLAM style!

    Loving Katy Perry’s glossy red lips and matching XL Nail Gel.

    Damn, I thought this was Adore Delano.

    (via dirtylittledamsel)



    (Source: vimeo.com)

  11. Also, I’m totally obsessed with this Powell jam.

    (Source: youtube.com)

  12. Listening to this on repeat right now.

    (Source: youtube.com)

  14. New Mandy and Val TV episode 5 is UP!!


  15. (669) 221-6251


    next time someone demands your digits and you want to get out of the situation, you can give them this number: (669) 221-6251.

    when the person calls or texts, an automatically-generated quotation from feminist writer bell hooks will respond for you.

    protect your privacy while dropping some feminist knowledge when your unwanted “suitor” calls or texts.

    * * * * * * 

    because we’re raised to know it’s safer to give a fake phone number than to directly reject an aggressive guy.

    because we’re raised to know that evasion or rejection can be met with violence.

    because women are still threatened and punished for rejecting advances.

    because (669) UGH-ASIF, WTF-DUDE, and MAJR-SHADE were taken.

    because why give any old fake number, when you can have bell hooks screen your calls?

    so next time, just give out this number: (669) 221-6251

    tech to protect.

    * * * * * * * *

    a note to friends and comrades!

    when we started this phone line, we had no idea that it would receive thousands of calls and texts in the first day, with no signs of slowing down.

    if you would like to help sustain this service please consider donating, however modestly. any money raised beyond the cost of paying the phone bill will be donated to the The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health.

    many thanks!