Ernie Sisto (NY Times), Rare views of solar eclipse, 30/06/1954, Flying as a pool photographer with the American Airlines - Hayden Planetarium Eclipse Expedition, United States. Vintage silver print (Press Photo)
Here are two phases of rarely seen phenomena that occur during a total eclipse as seen from 13,000 feet this morning above Rupert House, James Bay, Canada. At top are Bailey’s Beads, when the light of the sun peeps through periphery “diamond ring” effect at end of totality.
As an asexual biromantic, relationships can be scary. My ex boyfriend was bi, so he accepted and supported that part of me, but I wouldn’t say he was exactly respectful of my asexuality. That relationship scared me because I was worried that any other relationship would be similar to it: me being in uncomfortable situations, really just trying to make my partner happy. My current boyfriend (pictured) is straight, but he accepts my entire identity and tries his best to understand it all. I came out to him before we were dating, so it wasn’t as scary as it might have been if we had been in a relationship then. He doesn’t completely understand asexuality, but he does understand that I am different and that I have boundaries that may not be the same as other girls he’s been with. He makes sure I am not uncomfortable any time we are even near each other. So, to any a-spec out there worried about finding someone who is accepting: you will find them, people are more understanding and respectful than you may think, it will be ok.
(Also peep my ace ring in this pic lol)
just sum selfies from when I wore jean on jean on jean and got up to some drunk shenanigans aka i folded my friend’s neglected apartment chores list into a paper airplane and taped it back on the same spot on the wall