Fucking Papyrus, always tricking me.
“Ooh, I like this one; reads well at a small size, not too boring, not too serify, this will be perfect for my comi—- GODDAMNIT PAPYRUS.”
How Many Chocolate Orange Slices is Too Many Chocolate Orange Slices?: One Man’s Quest and Battle Against Stomach Aches
“I like to think there was a moment when I could have stopped…” he whispered over the crinkled foil devastation, his hands stained with the sweet, sweet blood of the Candy Lord, “But the moment fled, and so now too, shall my dignity.”
"Other gay men and women took on the press, writing letters to newspapers to protest anti-gay articles that had been published. Several gay men and their supporters wrote to Broadway Brevities in the mid-1920s, in response to the tabloid’s ‘exposing’ the institutions of ‘fairyland.’ […] ‘God made them,’ wrote one man who said his son was homosexual. “They did not choose their status…. It is not a medical matter. ..You know there are quite as many able people among them as among your so-called “normal.” Let your campaign be to remove the penal laws which make these “diseased” people a prey for blackmailers. Give them recognition and let them live their lives.’"
— George Chauncey, Gay New York: Gender, Urban Culture and the Making of the Gay Male World 1890-1940. (via moika-palace)