If they terrify you, they mean to…

“A revolution is on the way, and it’s partly because we no longer take our standards from the tweedy top. All over the country young girls are starting, shouting and shaking, and if they terrify you, they mean to and they are beginning to impress the world.” — Pauline Boty, The Public Ear, 1963

Pauline Boty is one of my all time favorite artists, but she’s a bit of a mystery.

She was most known for her role as an artist in the British pop art movement, but she died very young. As a result, a large majority of her art was stowed away by her family, most of it not to be seen up until the last two decades. Read more.

You make progress by implementing ideas.

“You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.”
— Shirley Chisholm

Earlier today I was on the hunt for a good quote about rants. Something to describe those few opinions everyone has, often times unpopular opinions, that you just can’t ignore when they’re brought up.

I thought ranting was the word for this, but I don’t think it is.

And now I don’t think I’m a fan of the act of ranting at all.

A look at how the 2017 Wonder Woman movie isn’t feminist, and how we should be recognizing real women, like Shirley Chisholm.

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