Tag Archives: Feminists

The Lace Collar

This post was written for young women who haven’t studied history and for those, no longer young, who, in the words of George Santayana, refuse to remember the past and are thus condemned to repeat it. This post is dedicated … Continue reading

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A Feminist Madonna

It came as a surprise to learn that, for some early feminists, the Virgin Mary was a symbol of the feminine ideal. In Our Lady of Victorian Feminism: the Madonna in the work of Anna Jameson, Margaret Fuller, and George … Continue reading

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Feminists and Huipiles

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOMMA! This is a hupil I made from an old pair of sweat pants and lace remnants given to me, in part, by my mom. The red stitching running across the front diagonally reads “feminist“. Not long ago, … Continue reading

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