is a woefully incomplete history of feminism explained through
14 everyday objects.
Performance and publications
are a response to the
hashtag and tumblr
Cat Glennon and Tora Lopez
with additional help from
Erika Yorio and Marian Lorraine
This pregnant girl I know has made a separate Facebook account for her unborn child. It's beginning to annoy me so much that I've decided to set up an account as a coat hanger, add the unborn child, and poke them.
The last time I ate a hot dog in public an old man yelled this at me, "Save it for the bedroom honey, but not 'til your married!" I was fifteen at the time.
I hate to see women smoking. Apart from the moral reason, they really don't know how to smoke. They don't seem to know what to do with the smoke. Neither so they know how to hold their cigarette properly. They make a mess of the whole performance.
"No woman can call herself free who does not control her own body"
And the Lord God commanded the man: Of every tree in the garden you may freely eat; but of the tree of knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for on the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.
One of the most talented women in the Shaker community was Tabitha Babbit. One day, while spinning wool, she noticed her bretheren sawing wood in the old fashioned way and observed that one half of the motion was lost, and so conceived the idea of a circular saw.
Whether you or your women do or do not wear trousers neither impedes your salvation nor leads to any increase of your virtue.
Why did Hitler use the pink triangle to represent homosexuals during WW2?
Yahoo Answers: because no straight man would ever choose to wear pink.
"Masha, can I borrow your rolling pin for a few hours?"
"Sorry neighbor, I'm waiting for my own drunkard."
Disposable diapers represent 30% of all non-biodegradable waste.