sisters. let us take this moment and be silent for the next five seconds after you read this.
we are observing a moment of focused healing love for cublombianradfem. who bravely outed her rapist only hours after her attack.
she is a living warrior queen of the unbroken…
Poor dear. even radfems don’t deserve rape. Radfems are still assholes though. Let’s not go praising her. I hope her rapist meets justice and I hope she starts seeing trans women as people.
if you’re going to “poor dear” and bring up a woman’s political views in a post about her being a rape victim maybe like, just don’t say anything you piece of shit
Nah I’m not gonna ignore the fact that she hates on trans women cause my best friend is a trans woman who has attempted suicide after being taunted by a cis woman for being trans so nah terfs can always get called out for dehumanizing trans women.
you can ignore the whole fucking thing! you can employ some sense of tact, maybe, and understand that this women was more than likely not the “cis woman who taunted your bff”, you can maybe comprehend the very logical idea that a post about asking for support for a rape victim is not the place to call someone an asshole for their politics. oh my god you’re talking about dehumanisation? really? “even radfems don’t deserve rape” wow, thank you. you are a superhero fighting for justice and we should all bow at your feet
it’s overcast out im gaining power
despite its resemblance to the jellyfish, the bluebottle is more closely related to coral. known as a zooid, the bluebottle (or portugese man of war) is a colonial animal composed of many highly specialized and physiologically integrated individual organisms incapable of independent survival.
the blue dragon — a type of nudibranch, here no larger than a thumbnail, with its own potent sting — is able to eat the nematocysts (stinging cells) of the bluebottle without discharging them and internally relocate them to the tips of each one of the fingers you can see in the pictures.
for their part, the violet snails also feed on the bluebottles.
notes matt, “despite their potentially dangerous sting, the bluebottle is an amazingly beautiful creature. with strong winds, hundreds of these cnidaria are blown into the bays around my home town and trapped overnight.”
this allows him to capture the above shots, which he creates with use of a fluorescent tube in his strobe light and a homemade waterproof lens dome.
I’m seeing perfume next month omfg
holy shit our cat finn blew a snot bubble how