Look at her, so tall and beautiful
when she forgets herself, her whole body
lit with a sloppy, ungovernable brightness
My mother was not impressed with her beauty;
once a year she put it on like a costume
At the Federalist Society’s 40th anniversary gala, 2,000 aging, fearful, sectarian dinosaurs in tuxes and ball gowns applauded their sordid work holding back the tides of change and time.
“The primary suspect,” said the paper’s lead author, “is a mother’s exposure to man-made chemicals during pregnancy.”
Susan ‘Snowflake’ Collins was so troubled by chalk-wielding desperados who hate-crimed the (public) sidewalk outside her house by (politely) asking she protect the rights of those women that she called the cops on them – this, while her party of neo-fascists and Christian zealots works tirelessly to drag us all back to the 1300s…
Misogyny and injustice fuel the control of women’s bodies.
I like a woman who can fall
Jack said to Jill.
“I hope the law gets overturned,” Dr. Alan Braid said, “and if this is what does it, that would be great.”
Did a little bird tell you that women are obedient and law-abiding, and always do what they’re told? It’s time to shoot that bird.
He said: How could a woman who knows no more than how to cook, clean, and make babies, possibly reach the further shore, on the way to which so many … Continue reading →
Every day, the girls, named after the colors of cows,
pour Barbie body parts from the plastic bag
From the Venus of Willendorf in 25,000 BC to Nicki Minaj in 2017 AD, how have women’s bodies been depicted in art and popular culture? Anna Ginsburg and her team of animators, ask how has the ideal of feminine beauty changed through history?
Everything Mary Savage did in the hours after the attack was dissected on the witness stand, an experience so upsetting she vomited. But years later, she finds comfort knowing her testimony led to his conviction.
(in which Moses orders the rape
of 32,000 Midianite virgins)