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Feminism The earliest concepts of gender equality were formed as early as the mid-1800s, though the women’s rights activists were few and far between. However, one of the prominent of these women was Sojourner Truth, an African American. Sojourner struggled with not only slavery and racism, but the everyday stereotypes of the inferiority of women. In her lifetime does she speak of her hardship, occasionally in front of large audiences. Sojourner inspires many with truly moving and empowering speeches.Feminism by AnonymousBlue99
“Look at me! Look at my arm!” Here Truth flexes her muscular arm, which is strong from years of plowing fields, and planting crops for whom she was enslaved. This statement proves that a person’s able-bodied-ness comes not from sex and gender but a commitment of hard work.
“I could work and eat as much as a man when I could get it and bear the lash as well.” Truth works and eats
Hello, I'm Lana. You will not know my full name or where I live. There's no reason for you to know.
I am a self-taught artist.
There is a ton that one could know about me; I am passionate about so many things. However, when I type, the words just look bland. If you have any decent questions, ask me.
Here are a few traits:
My favorite color is red.
I am a vegetarian.
I have an old-fashioned personality mixed with liberal - hippie views.
I will rarely stray from my realism style; I'm not too keen on anime, or other
strange abstract art.
By the way, I appreciate faves, but I do not respond to them. I like comments more.
Current Residence: A sepulchre by the sounding sea
Favourite genre of music: Classic Rock, Rockabilly, tribal, Irish rock, R&B
Favourite style of art: Realism
Favourite cartoon character: Bucky Katt