Aziz Ansar breaks down feminism with humor. I like to think that when we describe and define words in different ways we are able to reach more people and get them to understand. My hope is that his comment has enlightened a few people who thought they were not feminist.
I'm one of those people who is still annoyed about that tiny but in a way significant detail. It makes Dumbledore more eccentric and off his rocker than he really was. It bothers me, and it always will. If that makes me a crazy HP fan, then so be it.
This picture is familiar to the pieces of work that Andy Goldsworthy does since he tries to only use things we get from nature in his work. I like the way the light is shining behind the leaves because the detail of the veins can be seen. The colours of the leaves are fairly bright, reminding me of the different colours in autumn. The gaps in the leaves create a nice pattern and the sky you can see through them contrast with the darker leaves, making the piece more intersting.
This is just a growing pain. Not a personal attack; one way or the other. Ppl generally don't grow at the same rate. But it's important to understand the difference between LOVE & a growing pain. A blessing or a lesson.