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“You don’t have to have magic unicorn powers. You work at it, and you get better. It’s like anything: You sit there and do it every day, and eventually you get good at it.” - Kathleen Hanna

“You don’t have to have magic unicorn powers. It’s like anything: You sit there and do it every day, and eventually you get good at it.

Ambivalently Yours wants young women to embrace their complicated identities.

Why One Artist Believes Ambivalence Is A Form Of Feminist Resistance

Ambivalently Yours wants young women to embrace their complicated identities.

AMBIVALENTLY YOURS | “Art and love are the same thing: It’s the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you.”  — Chuck Klosterman, Killing Yourself to Live

“Art and love are the same thing: It’s the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you.” — Chuck Klosterman, Killing Yourself to Live

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“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.

Well it seems a little oxymoronish to Kill and be Kind at the same time...but being kind is the right thing to do, maybe instead of killing them they will learn to be kind also, or just be kind in return. The Golden Rule if you will.

Well it seems a little oxymoronish to Kill and be Kind at the same time.but being kind is the right thing to do, maybe instead of killing them they will learn to be kind also, or just be kind in return. The Golden Rule if you will.

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I can't always make up my mind, but I am boldly undecided (feminist rants/ questionable advice/ too much pink) Pending messages: over 1000 (i read them all, answer as many as I can, please keep.

“In patriarchal culture men are especially inclined to see love as something they should receive without expending effort. More often than not they do not want to do the work that love demands. When the practice of love invites us to enter a place of potential bliss that is at the same time a place of critical awakening and pain, many of us turn our backs on love.” ― bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions

“In patriarchal culture men are especially inclined to see love as something they should receive without expending effort. More often than not they do not want to do the work that love demands.

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