Recent coverage of counterterrorism raids in Australia featured hard-core gyms, anabolic steroids, nightclub bouncers, gangs and weapons. Footage from the Middle East regularly depicts truckloads of young bearded warriors bristling with ordnance. Is this a view of masculinity that merely happens to be violent? Or does masculinity actively underwrite and sustain extremist movements?
Little Grebes Despite working abroad extensively throughout the year, my home country and its native wildlife is crucially important to me, especially the areas immediately close to my home in beautiful Sussex. I've been passionate about wildlife since the earliest age and the wildlife around my home is where I learnt my craft both in photography as well as in observing wildlife.