These enchanting ribbon creatures are the work of Japanese artist and illustrator Baku Maeda for a new sculptural project entitled Ribbonesia.
We’re pretty pleased if we can successfully tie a pretty bow around a present, but Baku is able to bend, twist, and tie lengths of ribbon in order to beautifully recreate animals and plants that he encountered while growing up on Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido. They look like they’d made fantastic masks.
I would suggest seeing if he can perhaps see the following on the different sorts of spankings…many people are not aware of the difference sorts of spankings and reasons for them. Communication is truly the key.
Avoid Dr. Kenneth Zucker of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto. He will not help you in any way and upon asking many invasive, disrespectful, and irrelevant questions, he will suggest you undergo “reparative therapy” to “fix” you (pictured above). When he finishes writing his “report”, which can take months, he will refer to you in an extremely dehumanizing manner that makes you out to be some kind of oddity (eg “He seems very interested in having breasts.”) and he will not respect your gender or use the correct pronouns whatsoever. Not only that, but when he requests your report cards and school pictures (???) he will really take his time in giving them back when you ask him to. Good luck contacting him outside of an appointment, too, as he very rarely, if ever, responds to emails or phone calls. He has stated heconsiders trans women a “bad outcome of gay men.” Don’t waste your time with this transphobic piece of shit.
As soon as I saw his picture, my heart sank into my stomach.
I had him for gender therapy.
It was exactly as the OP described. He didn’t respect pronouns, he constantly tried to undermine my mother’s parenting and he also tried to tell me that I was trans because I didn’t have a father figure (which is a load of bullshit).
After I went to him, I waited another couple months to get a call back. After about 6 months, I finally got a diagnosis of GID (which he doesn’t usually give to people).
After that, I was dropped off the face of the planet. I was promised that I would get in touch with a endocrinologist (hormone doctor) and I would be put on a waiting list for surgery. Years went by and I finally contacted people on my own.
Dr. Zucker is famous for advocating to Conversion Therapy. Yep, the therapy that you can “fix homosexuality”. Seriously, look him up.