Singer and actor Frank Ocean is sporting new, queer ink.
Ocean shared the tattoo, which is on his thigh, on his Instagram story. It features part of a Matt Groening cartoon that predates The Simpsons, from his strip Life in Hell, and focuses on the lack of differences between same-sex and opposite-sex relationships.
The cartoon asks which is better, “Homo vs. Hetero,” and then shows that the advantages and disadvantages to the relationships are identical. Ocean’s tattoo is of the same-sex couple. Life in Hell began as a self-published book in 1977, to describe life in Los Angeles to his friends. It ran weekly until 2012.
Ocean revealed himself to be a fan with the cover of his single “Pyramids,” off his debut album Channel Orange, featuring Simpsons-stylized characters.
In other Ocean news, the 2016 print magazine Boys Don’t Cry, released in conjunction with his sophomore album Blonde, was re-released with a limited-edition run. But don’t get too excited, because it sold out fast.