Visual Diary: Women’s March 2017

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“I am the blood of the dragon. I must be strong. I must have fire in my eyes when I face them, not tears.”
George R.R. Martin, A Storm of Swords

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“When we are struck at without reason, we should strike back again very hard; I am sure we should – so hard as to teach the person who struck us never to do it again.”
Charlotte Brontë

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“With dawn of the new year on the horizon, I resolved to exert my will on the world.”
Holly Black, My True Love Gave to Me: Twelve Holiday Stories

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“Do not judge a woman on her knees: you never know how tall she is when she stands.”
Mie Hansson, Where Pain Thrives

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“If particular care and attention is not paid to the ladies, we are determined to foment a rebellion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any laws in which we have no voice or representation.”
Abigail Adams, The Letters of John and Abigail Adams

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“Equality is not a concept. It’s not something we should be striving for. It’s a necessity. Equality is like gravity. We need it to stand on this earth as men and women, and the misogyny that is in every culture is not a true part of the human condition. It is life out of balance, and that imbalance is sucking something out of the soul of every man and woman who’s confronted with it. We need equality. Kinda now.”
Joss Whedon

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“I cannot understand anti-abortion arguments that centre on the sanctity of life. As a species we’ve fairly comprehensively demonstrated that we don’t believe in the sanctity of life. The shrugging acceptance of war, famine, epidemic, pain and life-long poverty shows us that, whatever we tell ourselves, we’ve made only the most feeble of efforts to really treat human life as sacred.”
Caitlin Moran, How to Be a Woman

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