Having to go back to work is one of the main causes for mothers to stop breastfeeding or not even start.
When I worked as a life guard I didn’t tell anyone how they were supposed to swim. Why do people think it is normal to tell a woman in labour when to push?
I am a feminist, does that make my art feminist by default? If my artwork is specifically feminist, is it still art or does it become propaganda?
Um, I never liked that stereotype, it’s ugly, but it was a gift from society and so I’ll feel bad if I throw it away just like that.
I noticed that the merits of women and the merits of men were not measured equally, even when they were the same. Expectations varied too.
The ones that consider themselves superior see the ones that they consider inferior as animals or objects, and themselves as ideals of perfection.
We want a society that we enjoy being part of and that we can be proud of.
To get people to reject an idea by suggesting that the same idea is shared by groups that they despise is an established propaganda technique.
If the public feels that by encouraging feminist art it participates in something important for humanity, funding it won’t be a problem.