I can’t stand “real” men. Masculinity is trash. Go cry in a corner, write in a...– Joshua Bennett (via sophisticatedinsanity) (via lo-vereigns) (via treyfaithfilled) (via girlinboyclothes) this quote has made my fucking day. (via dopegirlfresh) (via so-treu) (via quadrupleminority) This is brilliant, lovely, revolutionary talk. Gorgeous!
The Life of the Other: Dating and Race
Dating, can be a perilous or tedious endeavor. Lack of chemistry, incompatible insanity, weird fetishes, timing, all these factors and others make it challenging to find someone one likes, let alone finding something as illusive as a partner. And then there are those situations which really highlight how differences in race, class, sophistication, gender identity and levels of political acumen...
Birth of Shambhala Princess
In a profound moment, our Princess’ father Sakyong Mipham said to Mr. Brown that, “With the preponderance of male energy, this female birth is a strong step forward.” The Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche on the birth of his daughter, Lady Drukmo Yeshe Sarasvati Ziji Mukpo
Shambhala vision teaches that, in the face of the world’s great problems,...– The Vidyadhara, Chogyum Trungpa Rinpoche (1939-1987), Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior
leetaharding-deactivated2013013 asked: Great to see you on tumblr Shante. I'm still figuring out this whole world compared to facebook. Love your blog. Brunch sounded amazing. One thing I do miss since moving to rural NC is going to new interesting food places. Really miss sushi, thai or Whole Foods at lunch on 14th! Miss hearing your gems of wisdom. xoL
6th Street Kitchen →
Lovely reblog about 6th Street Kitchen, where I do PR part-time. frostbites: On Monday night, Bri and I tried out 6th Street Kitchen after successfully testing out $1 oyster night at Desnuda, (also offered on Sunday nights for those of you interested!). 6th St. Kitchen has been open for about two months now and it was nothing short of fantastic. It’s a small plates spot and we tried a big...
If we expect somebody else to create peace in the world, we’re going to be...– The Sakyong, Mipham Rinpoche
A lovely non-alcoholic drink at 6th Street Kitchen
The Ace Hotel
I fell in love with the Ace Hotel when I went to my friend Nikki’s wedding in Portland (OR) in 2008. It was beautiful: recycled materials becoming beds, sinks, tables and other amenities…but with utter style, sophistication and hipness. I was so glad when they opened a NYC Ace. A few of us are hitting their Sounwavve party tomorrow night. Pics and hotness to follow on Domingo.
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Prep for Dog Walk →
me and my two pups, Tilopa and Drala.
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a hot time-waster →