I love how women look in gothic armour, seriously! I really wish @thepinupfarmer would start fighting again so we could have a reason to get her on the field in gothic harness!
When teaching history I explain what each sex typically did as work and leisure during the middle ages as that's important to understand, but I make sure that girls and boys know that today they can ignore those strict guidlines if they so choose. That's the beauty in what our ancestors fought for throughout history, freedom to be whatever they want to be if they work hard enough at it.
I also love explaining what was 'typical' in the middle ages and how often that was different to what is 'typical' today. Gothic armour is the perfect manifestation of that. Men weren't expected to be huge muscle bound beasts, they were often what we deam feminine shaped today. .
Regrann from @armurefemme - Here's a couple photos of Tatiana and Katharina wearing their suits of medieval armour. Tatiana's silver armour is made by Serhii and Katharina's black armour is made by Mykhailo. Kiyoka Kagawa (@milpochi ) has also worn the silver armour for fighting
Model & Armourer 1: @yankovska_tatiana & @serhii.hrihorenko
Model & Armourer 2: @katharinaroda & @mykhailo.korolyuk .
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In the Middle Ages, people believed that monstrous races lived on the edges of the world, in the recesses of the furthest mountains in the remotest islands. Medieval writers and artists rejoiced in bringing to life these fanciful, grotesque creatures – demons, dragons, fantastic beats, human-animal hybrids.
What a day what day we had some heartbreaks and some amazing achievements. Proud of these 6 guys getting through to regions!! Great first district tournament in the coaches seat let’s keep the party going boys!!!! Shout out to district champ Jake!!! #oldbridge#wrestling#knights
🍻🍕TONIGHT MATCH UP👑CANADIENS vs GOLDEN KNIGHTS, T-Mobile Arena 7 PM ET🍕🍻(58/82)
Montreal heads to Vegas hoping for a change in fortunes.
The Montreal Canadiens’ losing streak hit four games on Thursday night following their 5-2 loss to the bottom-feeding Arizona Coyotes. This evening the team makes its way to Las Vegas for first time ever, as they will face off against the Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena.
Currently sitting at 51 points, the Habs are 13 points behind the final wild-card spot, currently held by the New York Islanders.
With the trade deadline approaching on February 26, a few of the Habs veterans are finding their names at the centre of rumours, with players like Pacioretty, Tomas Plekanec, Alex Galchenyuk, just to name a few, mentioned as potential assets.
The story is the complete opposite for the Vegas Golden Knights (38-15-4), who in their inaugural season, find themselves alone atop the Western Conference with 80 points. When the team had announced its roster in the summertime, not many would have guessed such a storybook tale for the franchise.
The Knights have won three of their past four games, and have won 21 out of 27 games in Nevada this season. Their 21 wins are tied for second with only the Pittsburgh Penguins and Winnipeg Jetsahead.
The meeting tonight will be the second and final meeting between the two clubs. Montreal won the other contest by a 3-2 score back on November 7 at the Bell Centre. Pacioretty’s sixth goal of the season three minutes into the second was the eventual game-winner, and Charlie Lindgren made 29 saves for the win. Gallagher and defenceman Jordie Benn got the other goals.(HABSEYESONTHEPRIZE.COM)
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