Yay for more Mastodon.
'The heavens as they were on April 25, 1384' by the Persian polymath Mahmud ibn Yahya ibn al-Hasan al-Kashi (completed between 1410 - 11)
I couldn’t see it in my area :(
Definitely. And surrounding yourself with women who will keep you in check is advisable, too. There’s quite a few guys I’m pretty comfortable with as allies who basically do what you’re suggesting.
A man’s “role” in feminism is educating himself and calling out other men’s misogyny. That’s how you can be the best ally to us, I think.
Paintings by Ricardo Fernandez Ortega
Song of the day: March 30th, 2014
"Aerials" by System of a Down
the fact that a girl being a feminist is a turn off to a lot of guys is just further proof that sexism exists they’re literally saying they don’t want a girl who requires respect because that’s just no fun
System Of A Down-Toxicity
Red lighting (by Romeo Koitmäe)
romanticise healthy relationships
Abandoned House in the Woods Taken Over by Wild Animals
Finnish photographer Kai Fagerström presents unique photo series, where he captures wild animals making themselves comfortable in abandoned houses in the woods of Finland. Titled The House in the Woods, the photo series is set in cottages near Kai’s summer house, which were abandoned by their tenants after the owner of the place died in a fire. Award-winning photographer noticed how the place was slowly being reclaimed by the nature, and what started as a few snapshots, ended up being a book, published in Finnish, German, and English.
“Deserted buildings are so full of contradictions,” says Kai. “I am fascinated by the way nature reclaims spaces that were, essentially, only ever on loan to humans.” Kai usually works with a clear image of what he wants to achieve in his head, although it make take some time for all elements to fall into place. The photographer has enough patience, however: “This is fine with me,” he says. “The journey is more important than the destination.“
All via Bored Panda
These images were created by photographer Taylor Curry without a camera, using a process known as Cliché-Verre.
“The Cliche-Verre, to me, is quite literally Nature as the Negative. The items are placed directly onto a 4×5 or 8×10 glass plate. Using the color enlarger, I project the specimen onto 8×10 color film, RA-4 Color paper or Polaroid film capturing the image.