Viewer vs. viewed

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I think, behaviourally, this puts the viewer in a very strange place—one where they then have to recognize and define what is appropriate and what isn’t.

Gnolls, nerds, and geeks—Oh my!

Photo by Brittney MacDonald

I was also afforded the luxury of a very patient Dungeon Master, and a party of people that didn’t mind helping me out and telling me when certain skills would be beneficial to the campaign.

November rain

Photo by Analyn Cuarto

Even though Halloween and Thanksgiving are over, that doesn’t mean you have to stop the celebration.

Wardrobe malfunction

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As I have slowly been working through my closets and deciding what to donate, keep, or throw out; I have come up with a few simple rules to help myself out.

Hello bitches

Illustration by Cara Seccafien

The problem I am having is if we take a generalized model of an empowered female and remove the feminine aesthetic value (i.e. the fact that the subject looks female), then how do we disassociate that from male empowerment; and in that respect, does that disassociation need to occur?