Ellen DeGeneres Quote ~ Love

Ellen DeGeneres Quote Do we have to know who's gay and who's straight? Can't we just love everybody and just them by the car they drive? Art by Edouard Bisson.Do we have to know who’s gay and who’s straight? Can’t we just love everybody and just them by the car they drive?

Art by Edouard Bisson.
Ellen DeGeneres bio.

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Mattie Huges Cannon Quote ~ Equality

Mattie Huges Cannon Quote ~ Equality "One of the principal reasons why women should vote is that all men and women are created free and equal."“One of the principal reasons why women should vote is that all men and women are created free and equal.”

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Angela Davis Quote ~ Racism

Angela Davis "The challenge...is not to demand equal opportunity in the machinery of oppression, but rather to identify & dismantle the structures in which racism is embedded.“The challenge…is not to demand equal opportunity in the machinery of oppression, but rather to identify & dismantle the structures in which racism is embedded.

Arthur Hughes art.
Angela Davis bio.

Olympe de Gouges Quote ~ Rights

Olympe de Gouges Quote ~ Rights "Any society in which the guarantee of rights is not assured...has no constitution." Alessandro Pomi art.“Any society in which the guarantee of rights is not assured…has no constitution.”

Alessandro Pomi art.
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Nora A. Cebotarev Quote ~ Equality

Nora A. Cebotarev Quote ~ Equality "to work on gender relations, you have to work with women and men, otherwise you only create frustration." Alonso Perez art.“to work on gender relations, you have to work with women and men, otherwise you only create frustration.”

Alonso Perez art.
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Mary Wollstonecraft Quote ~ Man

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote ~ Man "...here is the sexual difference, when the education has been the same, all the difference that I can discern, arises from the superior advantage of liberty which enables the man to see more of life." Arturo Ricci art.“…here is the sexual difference, when the education has been the same, all the difference that I can discern, arises from the superior advantage of liberty which enables the man to see more of life.”

Arturo Ricci art.
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Gloria Allred Quote ~ Injustice

Gloria Allred Quote ~ Injustice "Women will no longer be silent when they suffer injustice against them. Anton Ebert art.“Women will no longer be silent when they suffer injustice against them.

Anton Ebert art.
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Ayn Rand Quote ~ Rights

Ayn Rand Quote ~ Rights "The smallest minority on earth is the individual.  Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities." Eishi Chobunsai art.“The smallest minority on earth is the individual.  Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.”

Eishi Chobunsai art.
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Asma Jahangir Quote ~ Women

Asma Jahangir Quote ~ Women Even the uneducated women in this country have such a wisdom about them and that is because they have had to deal with a hostile environment around them from the day they were born.  It has made them realize that they have to really fight.  Women in Pakistan are survivors." Alice Pike Barney art.Even the uneducated women in this country have such a wisdom about them and that is because they have had to deal with a hostile environment around them from the day they were born.  It has made them realize that they have to really fight.  Women in Pakistan are survivors.”

Alice Pike Barney art.
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Etta Palm d’Aelders Quote ~ Justice

Etta Palm d'Aelders Quote ~ Justice "Gentlemen, justice must be the first virtue of free men and justice demands that the laws be the same for all beings, like the air and the sun.  And yet everywhere, the laws favor men at the expense of women, because everywhere power is in your hands." Eduardo Leon Garrido art.“Gentlemen, justice must be the first virtue of free men and justice demands that the laws be the same for all beings, like the air and the sun.  And yet everywhere, the laws favor men at the expense of women, because everywhere power is in your hands.”

Eduardo Leon Garrido art.
Etta Palm d’Aelders bio.

Olympe de Gouges Quote ~ Rights

“Property belongs to both sexes whether united or separated, it is for each of them an inviolable and sacred right.”

Alonzo Perez art.
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Mary Wollstonecraft Quote – Woman

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote - Woman "It is an affection for the whole human race...that leads me earnestly to wish to see woman placed in a station in which she would advance..." Emmanuel Costa art.“It is an affection for the whole human race…that leads me earnestly to wish to see woman placed in a station in which she would advance…”

Emmanuel Costa art.
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Etta Palm d’Aelders Quote ~ Rights

Etta Palm d'Aelders Quote ~ Rights "Why should creatures subject to pregnancies not be able to exercise their rights, when no one has ever contemplated depirving people who have an attack of gout every winter or who readily catch a cold?" Edouard Manet art.“Why should creatures subject to pregnancies not be able to exercise their rights, when no one has ever contemplated depirving people who have an attack of gout every winter or who readily catch a cold?”

Edouard Manet art.
Etta Palm d’Aelders bio.

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote ~ Knowledge

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote ~ Knowledge "...if men eat of the tree of knowledge, women will come in for a taste; but from the imperfect cultivation which their understandings now receive, they only attain a knowledge of evel." David Oyens art.“…if men eat of the tree of knowledge, women will come in for a taste; but from the imperfect cultivation which their understandings now receive, they only attain a knowledge of evel.”

David Oyens art.
Mary Wollstonecraft bio.

Virginia Woolf Quote ~ Men

Virginia Woolf Quote "Why are women so much more interesting to men than men are to women". Alfred Seifert art.“Why are women so much more interesting to men than men are to women”.

Alfred Seifert art.
Virginia Woolf bio.

Etta Palm d’Aelders Quote ~ Prejudice

Etta Palm d'Aelders Quote "The prejudices with which our sex has been surrounded - supported by unjust laws which only accord us a secondary existence in society and which often force us into the humiliating necessity of winning over the cantakerous and ferocious character of a man who..has become our master...those prejudeces have changed what was for us the sweetest and most saintly of duties, those of wife and mother, into a painful and terrible slavery."

“The prejudices with which our sex has been surrounded – supported by unjust laws which only accord us a secondary existence in society and which often force us into the humiliating necessity of winning over the cantakerous and ferocious character of a man who..has become our master…those prejudeces have changed what was for us the sweetest and most saintly of duties, those of wife and mother, into a painful and terrible slavery.”

Elchanon Verveer art.
Etta Palm d’Aelders bio.

Virginia Woolf Quote ~ Emancipation

Virginia Woolf Quote "The history of men's opposition to women's emancipation is more interesting perhaps than the story of that emanipation itself."“The history of men’s opposition to women’s emancipation is more interesting perhaps than the story of that emancipation itself.”

Albert de Belleroche art.
Virginia Woolf bio.

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote ~ Women

Mary Wollstonecraft Quote "The conduct and manner of women proves that their minds are not in a healthy state; for, like the flowers that are planted in too rich a soil, strength and usefulness are sacrificed to beauty and the flaunting leaves, after having pleased a fastidious eye, fade, disregaraded on the stalk, long before the season when they ought to have arrived at maturity." Alfred J. Woolmer art.“The conduct and manner of women proves that their minds are not in a healthy state; for, like the flowers that are planted in too rich a soil,  strength and usefulness are sacrificed to beauty and the flaunting leaves, after having pleased a fastidious eye, fade, disregaraded on the stalk, long before the season when they ought to have arrived at maturity.”

Alfred J. Woolmer art.
Mary Wollstonecraft bio.