Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Don't miss this!

I don't have a sharing widget yet, so I'm just going to link to it here. Go over to Creative Minority Report and see for yourself the proof of what the daughters of the feminist movement have known all along. From Matthew's post:
Alice Walker, the champion of women's rights, has always argued that motherhood is a form of servitude. But one woman didn't buy in to Alice's beliefs - her daughter, Rebecca, 38, says the Daily Mail.

Here the young writer describes what it was like to grow up as the daughter of a cultural icon, and why she feels so blessed to be the sort of woman 64-year-old Alice despises - a mother.

Very interesting!


  1. That's just awesome. I look forward to reading the article.

    PS. I greatly disliked The Color Purple, both the movie and the book.

  2. That is so sad and so messed up.

    I am reminded of the verse, even if your mothers forget you in the womb, I will not.

    I hope because of her coming out she finds women who are true "mothers" that give her comfort.


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