natalie dormer’s headshots. |2009|
Alaska, USA: “Eagle Glacier at sunset… Words cannot describe the sheer magnitude and size of this scene… To put it into perspective, the glacier you see winding down the mountain is nearly 1 mile wide,” writes photographer Mac Danzig.
Late autumn coffee 2 | by Soche
there’s nothing more satisfying than being an asshole in mario kart
*gets gay married during the purge*
Feminists - Men don’t need shelters, Women can’t abuse men because men are stronger. Men can’t get raped by women because men are more powerful.
Feminists - We need more women in male dominated fields, were just as strong and capable as they are!
Video: Your Heart Will Soar as This Healed Bald Eagle Flies Back Into the Wild
It came to them bedraggled, burned and covered in slime. Just weeks later, a miraculous transformation had taken place as the bald eagle, healed from its plunge into a toxic chemical pond, once again flew free.
pretty lil flowers I found on my way to a friends house
i officially lost control of my life and made a giles parody twitter
Week 46: Surgical tools | Hand Surgery, Orthopedics
Original sketches from OR sketchbook were rough: the primary focus at that point was to depict how the surgeon handles these tools and their overall shape. They were then redrawn and cleaned up in Photoshop.
**feel free to use the close-up photo I took of curved surgical scissors, needle driver, micro scissors, and surgical forceps for your own reference :)
In her research on shelters for women, Mirha-Soleil Ross discovered that the refusal of services to a [trans] woman was justified on the grounds of the “safety” and comfort level of the other women residents. Ross argues that this concern over “safety” does not extend to [trans] women: “If I have fear and concerns for anyone’s safety in a shelter, it is for an isolated [trans] woman, not for a [cis woman] who doesn’t have to prove to anyone that she is a woman.”
As Ross so eloquently explains, this rationale absolves shelters of their responsibility in educating themselves and their residents about the diversity of women’s lives:Even the argument that [trans] women should be excluded for their own safety is not acceptable on a long term basis. Just like any other form of prejudice and discrimination, if some [cis] women are threatening the safety of a [trans] woman because she is [trans], it should be dealt with immediately and efficiently. The [cis] women should be confronted about their own ignorance and violence. I don’t see why [trans] women should be restricted from access to such vital services because of somebody else’s transphobia and hatred.
Like the policies in homeless youth shelters, the [trans woman] in question is singled out as the “cause” of this “problem,” or the reason [cis] women in the shelter will not feel safe. This focuses attention on the [trans woman] and neglects the real issue at hand: the provision of services to those in need.
— Viviane Namaste, Invisible Lives: The Erasure of Transsexual and Transgendered [sic] People (via transfeminism)
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