(via Mom Egipt)
Hövding is a bicycle helmet unlike any other currently on the market. (…) The actual collar is the visible part of the invention. (…) [It] contains a folded up airbag that you’ll only see if you happen to have an accident. The airbag is shaped like a hood, surrounding and protecting the bicyclist’s head. The trigger mechanism is controlled by sensors which pick up the abnormal movements of a bicyclist in an accident. (via Hövding)
Gay Pride Events in Uganda
“The importance of this Pride event cannot be understated. The fact that these brave activists could pull this off in this milieu of persecution is a great victory for the community. Visibility like this notes the ongoing legacy of late activist David Kato, it defies the export of American Evangelical hate, and it helps ensure defeat of the Bahati Bill. It shows leadership for all of Africa, and above all it shows that the LGBT people of Uganda simply refuse to give up their right to exist and to live their natural born sexual orientation.”
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Their bravery is inspirational.
By Vladimir Bazan (via Cultura Inquieta)
The Korowai, also called the Kolufo, are a people of southeastern Papua (New Guinea). Until the 1970’s, they were unaware of the existence of any people besides themselves and some immediately neigboring tribes. (via Euphoria Magazine)