Deconstructing Masculinity & Manhood with Michael Kimmel @ Dartmouth College

I had someone say this to me once and it completely rocked my world.

This concept came to me in entirely different circumstances but permanently changed my perspective.

(Source: exgynocraticgrrl, via hachamoth)

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Any followers in San Francisco? My partner is gonna be there tonight and her place to stay fell through unexpectedly. Any safe space, friends of friends with couches, suggestions welcomed.

Double terminated quartz I found here in Pennsylvania last fall.

Where my home is located once stood a medium sized apple and peach orchard. Some of the trees are still here, but most of them were pushing 80 years old and have since died off. There’s two apple trees remaining, neither of which have had viable fruit in about 20 years, until this year.

I took on the voluntary responsibility of nurturing this land about 5 years ago and have gone through more transformation in that time than all of the 25 years before it. I’m healthier in mind and body, the land is healthier in mind and body, and it’s one of the few things that never feels like a burden or frustration.

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I went garbage picking and scored. This is only half of the supplies I’ve discovered today!


Never really drawn people thought I’d give it a shot.

Audrey Horne from twin peaks.

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19 years ago my family moved to a piece of land that was being lived on by people who treated it like a garbage dump. There were spots scattered about that were so polluted that no plants would even grow. It’s been almost 2 decades but it’s just getting to the point where the plants are thriving. I still walk the trails every morning and find at least a few pieces of plastic, glass, and metal, but I remind myself to be thankful every day that I’m privileged enough to live in what I now consider to be a beautiful place.

- Amethyst -

Watercolor on paper.

- The Demiurge - (triptych) I: Arche, II: Logos, III: Harmonia

Panel ‘I’ is comprised of 108 black, silver, and copper wires and woven together according to the same geometric principles as the other two panels. The piece in full is intended to represent a progression from formless potential to final concrescence.