Michael Robertson was arrested in 2010 after he was caught taking sneaky photos and videos up women’s skirts on the Boston subway, a widespread voyeuristic endeavour known as “upskirting.” His defense argued that the act was an expression of free speech, and this week, Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court agreed.
Apparently, if a man goes out of his way to take an oddly angled photo up a woman’s skirt — a skirt that she put there for the very purpose of covering what is underneath it — he’s not doing anything wrong because she’s taken her skirt and its contents to a public space and can’t hold much expectation of privacy.
- Dated: early 19th century
- Measurements: 76.8 cm overall length in scabbard
A rare “Piso Eccat” type, the sword has a natural antler-tine grip, brass ferrule and single-edged, bellied blade with profiled spur to forte. The scabbard is made of dark wood with applied brass bands and upturned tip.
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have some more old filler stuff as I scramble with exams this month.
The Adventurer Alphabet, something I started around a year ago and never finished. Messy and missing a handful of letters, but I still somewhat like the idea behind it. Might revisit and re-stylize this some day.