These fantasies you have sitting at your desk, twenty-two stories up, facilitating what your reverie would have you escape. Earning your keep, dampening your spirit, plugging into a system founded on genocide, sigh…
For more than two thousand years, from ancient Greece to nineteenth century Europe, the theory of humorism dominated Western medical thought. Four different writers give their take on the humors.
The face grew a history, a body. And it grew its very own audience, transforming all who saw it into a unique author of rage.
If I tell you that Charmander is Norman Mailer, is Jean-Paul Sartre, is that unqueer masculinist with the romantic sweep and the fervent intellect and the uncompromising ambition and the reverence of dominance, I don’t mean to say that Charizard thinks himself a world-rending sexual interloper, only that to me those pixels always will be exactly that.