Rainbow Eucalyptus, is the only species of eucalyptus that grows in the northern hemisphere and is normally grown for its pulpwood, used to create white paper. But why does it look like it’s been painted? The secret behind the Rainbow Eucalyptus is that the trees shed multiple patches of bark every year, but not at the same time. As the patches are gone, the green inner bark is exposed, and as it matures it turns bluish, then orange, purple and maroon. This creates the rainbow effect.
Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail. Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes. Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.
I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!
Just something to consider. (I realize this casting isn’t perfect, but can we stop the body shaming, please.)
This sculpture serves to represent intersecting oppression and draws largely on Marilyn Frye’s concept of the bird cage. A terracotta female figure is trapped inside of a wax polygonal enclosure to draw attention to the tight societal confines women function within. The cage-like structure is intentionally complex and multi-angular with some barriers closer to her than others, yet all acting together to keep her imprisoned. The sculpture can be taken apart, and the woman set free to show that this predicament is not a permanent situation.