This was my daughter, Cassie England. This picture was taken at her 16th birthday party. Cassie was born with a genetic disorder called Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa. This condition slowly debilitated her, robbed her of the use of her hands, her energy, and ultimately, ended her life in the early hours of January 10th, two months short of her 17th birthday.
But this post is not about her death. This post is about something that in the last three years of her life brought her so much happiness that it needed its own post. This post is about Monster High.
if youre having a bad day just watch this
Are you sick of art history’s obsession with the gentle beauty of a female muse? Enough of these beautiful women with coy glances, flowing locks and milky soft skin — we’re ready for the men.
Nir Arieli's portrait series “Men” places men in traditionally feminine spaces and postures, illuminating the human characteristics that have, over time, become decidedly feminine traits. The following male muses are making us wish men felt free to explore their feminine sides more often. Behold, 11 reasons men should get in touch with a softer self.
I shouldn’t have inked this on this flimsy paper.