“It is revolutionary for any trans person to choose to be seen and visible in a world that tells us we should not exist.”
Photos by Jeaneen Lund for BuzzFeed.
This, my friends, is the silky anteater. They almost look more like something out of the Frouds’ studios than a living creature! They’re the world’s smallest anteater, and they can be found from southern Mexico down into a large portion of northern South America. Its fur helps it stay camouflaged, as it resembled the fluff on the seed pods of silk cotton trees.
It’s pretty easy to find a statement necklace using raw gemstones at the moment, from quartz to amethyst… They are everywhere at the moment even trickling out onto the highstreet. It is however, pretty difficult to find decent unique looking piece that isn’t the usual bit of quartz stuck in a bullet casing. Let me present to you the wonders of Nu Bambu, with an eclectic mix of raw stones worked in an array of cuts and settings mixed with fine looped chains to thick curbed chains. Still featuring more simple ‘as seen before’ styles.. They also offer some great alternatives for the braver, more fashion daring client like the 2 above. These are my favourites from the site but the full range is definitely worth a look.
My Easter cake (:
Today: meeting Tess Munster, bye.