David Bowie - “Heroes”
And you, you can be mean
And I, I’ll drink all the time
‘Cause we’re lovers, and that is a fact
Yes we’re lovers, and that is that
James Dean’s portfolio pictures by Joseph Abeles: top, 1951; middle, 1952; bottom, 1953.
So this is Love<3:]
simply-divoon: i would love a bathing suit like this<3
Esther Williams, c. 1940’s
Ask almost any James Dean fan what the biggest misconception about him is, and the fan will mention without hesitation “that he was homosexual,” which they insist he wasn’t. And they’re right. Dean didn’t prefer to have sex with men; he preferred to have sex with whomever he was attracted to, man or woman. He was unequivocally bisexual, and to contend otherwise is to completely misunderstand James Dean and diminish his appeal. The point is not necessarily that he was bisexual but rather that he insisted on a life without limitations, without boundaries, and without prejudice. If he saw a wall, he knocked it down just to see what was on the other side. He was not a rebel in the sense that he held up liquor stores and terrorized neighbors; he was a rebel in the sense that he refused to conform to what society propagated as acceptable behavior. And that is what made him “cool,” if he was, the cool of being true to himself - in and out of bed.
- Randall Riese, The Unabridged James Dean ”So true everyone i think should live their life with no limitions without boundaries and without prejudice they should live life as and be a rebel to refuse to conform to what society propagates as an acceptable behavior.”
You was my brother, Charley. You shoulda looked out for me a little bit.
Johnny Cash performing Folsom Prison Blues, live at San Quentin Prison, 1969.
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