The Guerrilla Girls Are Still Relevant After All These Years
CLAREMONT, Calif. — When I first saw the work of the Guerrilla Girls in high school, I had a similar reaction as when I first read Linda Nochlin’s “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?”: ashamed that something so obvious had to be laid out for me.
When society said she existed for men’s pleasure only, she said no thanks and started feminism
“I am going to be the first of a new genus … I am not born to tread in the beaten track,” Mary Wollstonecraft wrote to her sister in 1787. The 28-year-old had just moved back to London, where she was…