Kurt Cobain
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KURT COBAIN. "better to burn out than fade away" http://www.phrases.org.uk/quotes/last-words/kurt-cobain.html

KURT COBAIN. "better to burn out than fade away" http://www.phrases.org.uk/quotes/last-words/kurt-cobain.html

I will always have a crush on this man <3

I will always have a crush on this man <3

Sketch of Kurt Cobain's Fender signature "Jag-Stang"

Sketch of Kurt Cobain's Fender signature "Jag-Stang"

A Polaroid of Kurt wearing an International Pop Underground Festival T-shirt from Olympia and holding his kitten, Spina Bifida. Nirvana did not play at their hometown festival, marking the end of Kurt's relationship with the local scene.

A Polaroid of Kurt wearing an International Pop Underground Festival T-shirt from Olympia and holding his kitten, Spina Bifida. Nirvana did not play at their hometown festival, marking the end of Kurt's relationship with the local scene.

Kurt Cobain - rare images, artwork and journal entries

Kurt Cobain - rare images, artwork and journal entries

Kurt Cobain’s Letters & Journals | Brain Pickings

Kurt Cobain’s Letters & Journals | Brain Pickings

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain’s early draft of “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

Kurt Cobain’s early draft of “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

Kurt was involved with feminists such as Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna, Go Team’s Toby Vail, and his widow, Courtney Love. But Kurt in his own right was a feminist. Kurt Cobain tackled many subjects such as homosexuality, masculinity, and rape. The blog, Gender Across Borders wrote “In his lyrics and journals, Cobain often identified himself with women, racial and gender minorities because he felt alienated from the cultural expectation of masculinity.”

Kurt was involved with feminists such as Bikini Kill’s Kathleen Hanna, Go Team’s Toby Vail, and his widow, Courtney Love. But Kurt in his own right was a feminist. Kurt Cobain tackled many subjects such as homosexuality, masculinity, and rape. The blog, Gender Across Borders wrote “In his lyrics and journals, Cobain often identified himself with women, racial and gender minorities because he felt alienated from the cultural expectation of masculinity.”

Kurt Cobain's journal

Kurt Cobain's journal