"Beneath the social mask we wear every day,we have a hidden shadow side:an impulsive,wounded,sad,or isolated part that we generally try to ignore.The Shadow can be a source of emotional richness & vitality,& acknowledging it can be a pathway to healing & an authentic life.We meet our dark side,accept it for what it is,& we learn to use its powerful energies in productive ways.-"Romancing the Shadow," by Connie Zwieg, PhD.,& Steve Wolf, PhD.
Rankin & Andrew Gallimore Revisit Dia de Los Muertos Masks
beauty editorial by Rankin and Hunger’s Beauty Editor-At-Large Andrew Gallimore! Inspired by their previous work with death masks during Rankin’s Alive In The Face of Death exhibition,the pair once again teamed up for a new take on death masks this time more directed towards the Mexican Day of the Dead festival: Dia de Los Muertos.
Vedas by Nicholas Alan Cope & Dustin Edward Arnold
how can you tell gender? you can't. Men use the burka to disguise themselves when needed. Duh ! -- how can you tell if it's someone who has been beaten? or had an acid attack? They essentially walk in the world Oppressed and as if inside of their own closet, or basement. unseen. why? Rape? Clearly muslim men have never learned to control their erections. i kid you not. if the external world has to keep them soft -- they need some basic information before this person finds freedom.