He's way smart too, I'll talk about it later. Or you should just read his amazing book The Psychic Soviet, I'm sure you can buy it online somewhere. He's a theorist who connects gender theory, the occult, postwar politics, pop culture and history. It's really brilliant. And his bands (Nation of Ulysses, Cupid Car Club, Weird War, Scene Creamers, David Candy & the Make-Up) are pretty much all totally 100% necessary. In high school my best friend Becky went to see the Make-Up when they were touring in support of In Mass Mind. She said that everyone wore suits onstage and looked very cute and very mod. This was in 1998, it was before the Gossip or the Strokes or it was cool to have a 1960s thing. I was so jealous that she got to see them. The bassist Michelle was in one of my favorite bands, the Frumpies.
Anyways. PS Ian Svenonius a super fox.
Is it weird or offensive to draw attention to someone's speech impediment?
Like, is it demeaning to point out that Ian Svenonius has a lisp, if I'm only pointing it out to say that I think it's completely adorable?
Because a) he does, and b) I do.