(NSFW & NOT SAFE FOR LITTLE EYES THAT CAN READ):
Hey - did you know that women can art too?
Well here are a few of my favourites who are divine, powerful, feminist and driven, incredibly talented masters of their kind and proud of their sex:
Below are some/HUGE LIST of my favourite women who have impacted my life in some way - big or small. I literally wrote down every single female I could think of who has been floating around my conscious and subconscious within the last 27 years of my life.
Either through their personal presence in my little hemisphere as a powerful female force, through their personality and hilarity, their creative or performing art genius, their music or their political significance - they have all directly or indirectly touched my life and inspired me in my life in some small way and every piece has eventually puzzled together to make me the mad bitch I am today:
My mum (Mumbo/Mumbo Jumbo/Mumolarama/The Creator/God)
My sister Emily
My cousin Millie
My second cousins
My Great Aunt
My friends (you know who you are)
My English tutor: Mrs. Mayon-White (love)
My year 12 English Extension teacher: Dr Guy
My year 9 English teacher: Ms. Brown
My year 6 teacher: Mrs. Nesteroff
Amy Schumer (The three Amy-gos...)
Tina Belcher (voice of a man. Essence of a woman.)
Linda Belcher (voice of a man. Essence of a woman.)
Patty and Selma Bouvier
Oprah (because YES)
THE SPICE GIRLS
Caroline Goldfarb (@officialseanpenn = endless joy)
Shania Twain (Yep.)
Karin Elisabeth Dreijer Andersson
Kirsten Dunst (FARGO.)
Portia De Rossi
Beyonce (KWEEN BEY)
Tamara De Lempicka
- THE LIST CONTINUES TO GROW -
Tim believes it is derogatory to my sex and only bolsters the notion that it is OK to label a woman with such defamatory and derogate terms. I completely agree.
FEMALE-HACK: One of my very close friends has always said that her mother has staunchly argued the case for the use of the word: 'CUNT'. The power within such a word comes from it's very stigma - which begs the question, why should it's origins (a very colloquial term to name the female genitalia) be stigmatised? Why does 'DICK' however, hold such little power? We should regain the ownership of the word 'cunt' as to employ this term only abates it's power and it creates a safe haven for women to take total ownership of their cunts.
To the same extent - my High School English teacher always mused on her love of the word 'WHORE' and wished only that she could have named her daughter 'Whore' - had her partner not wholeheartedly objected at the time.