You Won't Believe How This 30,000 Year Old $ex Toy Was Used - It turns out that dildos weren’t always used exclusively for igniting metaphorical fires of desire. The world’s oldest known dildo, a silt stone phallus, also shows evidence of being struck against a flint rock to ignite fires. Talk about a multifunctional sex toy. This stone cock was excavated from a German cave used by modern homosapiens. Rings are carved around one polished end, giving the stone a definite phallic shape.
Magpie Fairy - Discarded as rubbish, or accidentally lost, she finds them irresistible and adorns herself with them. Obviously because she is very tiny, the objects are depicted larger than life. I had great fun deciding which objects may have been discarded by humans and would be small enough and interesting enough for a fairy to collect. Not a traditional fairy but rather a streetwise', happy-go-lucky, modern fairy.
When discussing truth, we often associate the truth about ourselves, which is often unknown. We gather truth through our senses, such as sight. A man of 70 may feel as young as he did 40 years ago, mentally, but his reflection reminds him of just how old he is. This image gives the impression of someone looking down at their hands, wrinkled and withered, they are reminded of their age and the life they've lead, reminded by the truth, despite how they feel inside.
19-Year-Old Artist Explores How Appearance Affects Identity
Rosanna Jones, Photographer & Mixed Media Artist explores how appearance affects identity in her project entitled 'Skin'. Inspired by this François de La Rochefoucauld quote: "We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become disguised to ourselves." How we feel about our own skin color, body shape, hair, eye color, and even age can affect how we present ourselves to the world.
To give you a hand in finding something fantastic to read in 2015, we asked publishers to put forward some of their best books about animals, and an independent panel of experts - including teachers, librarians, booksellers and children's book reviewers - read through them and selected their favourites. Go...
It takes about 30 days to form a habit. The ones that are good for you require cultivation and determination. The starting phase is the (Hardest, especially if you want to change an old habit into a new one. This is why giving yourself a challenge for a minimum of 30 days is a great way to improve all facets of your life. So, take a moment to think 'Who do I want to be in 5 years?' What kind of habits would you like to have? You better start now if you want your new habits to influence your…