“We weren’t political, we weren’t feminists by label, but we were automatically women’s rights by being who we were and making sure we were who we were and remaining who we were. Punk really started with equality of girls. There’s a whole culture and so many girls contributed to that. There was a window for female expression in punk when it started. That’s why The Slits were even able to survive and live it and be born into that revolution and have a chance…” —Ari Up
Light my fire.
In the Pink
Ida B. Wells, civil rights activist and women’s suffragist, despite being denied and abused by white suffragists.
I really can’t believe someone I know owns this. They are just so iconic and perfectly crafted and beautiful, just like the lady who will be toting this around.