I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles. My latest essay
“Feminazi. Ball breaker. Crazy feminist. Bitch. Hysterical. Witch. Yes, I am those things. In other words, I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women.” ✊🏾
Reading about #YueXin #PKU #MeToo in #China, I keep thinking of this powerful piece by : "I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles...angry women are free women." In my sorry&rage I also see hope.
Opinion | Mona Eltahawy: What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage via another tour de force by You totally ROCK!
"As the patriarchy wraps its tentacles around more and more forms of oppression, the space for girls’ rage shrinks. The justified and righteous reaction to injustice thus becomes a privilege." - #rage #DayOfTheGirl
thinking about this piece by today. | What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage "What if instead of breaking their wildness... we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous?"
There've been many late nights when I repeat these lines to myself on the way home, "I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles...angry women are free women." Thank you for the words & inspiration
#Lunchtimeread: from "What is particularly cruel is that, especially in the West, society increasingly feeds girls “you can do anything” lies while the patriarchy remains intact. They can’t. And they have to know why"
"What if instead of breaking their wildness like a bronco, we taught girls the power of being dangerous?" Some thoughts on #DayOfTheGirl #DayoftheGirl2018 #DayOfTheGirlTODAY from
When I tell women all the time "I want you to get angry", THIS IS WHAT I MEAN. What The World Would Look Like If We Taught Girls To Rage #metoo #timesup #changetheratio #diversity
ICYMI: One of the most powerful stories of the week, via : What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage #girlswhorage #mustread
Everything in this article by resonates so deeply. Anger set me free, and I never want to stop being angry.
"I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women." Read this glorious piece by
I love every word of this, but here are some faves: "I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones + muscles. I want her to flex, and feel the power growing inside her as she grows." [email protected] h/t
Be Dangerous, girls. “What if instead of breaking their wildness like a bronco, we taught girls the power of being dangerous?” #GirlPower ⁦⁩ thank you
I definitely get real suspicious when I hear guys using terms like “Feminazi”, “hysterical” or “bitchy” to describe a woman. This is such an amazing piece by on teaching girls to rage.
Opinion | Mona Eltahawy: What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage via Required reading from on #DayOfTheGirl
“I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women.” one of my favorite articles by
"All girls are punished for behavior considered “unfeminine,” but a racist society that neglects and mistreats Black girls and which denies them their girlhood also punishes them when they react." #SayHerName #DayOfTheGirl #BlackLivesMatter
“We are volcanoes. When we women offer our experience as our truth, as human truth, all the maps change. There are new mountains,” Le Guin said. “That's what I want — to hear you erupting.”
"As the patriarchy wraps its tentacles around more and more forms of oppression, the space for girls’ rage shrinks. The justified and righteous reaction to injustice thus becomes a privilege." #DayOfTheGirl #SmashThePatriachy
. on female rage has me FIRED up. I'm often asked by men why I'm so angry. On men feeling uncomfortable with our rage, Mona writes: "We are not here to comfort the patriarchy."
I could not agree more with EVERY SINGLE WORD OF THIS, : What The World Would Look Like If We Taught Girls To Rage #metoo #timesup #changetheratio #diversity
"What if instead of breaking their wildness like a rancher tames a bronco, we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous?" — #MakePatriarchyFearYou
beautifully argues that girls need to learn rage to become angry & independent women. "You young Mount St. Helenses who don't know the power in you — I want to hear you,” Le Guin tells the all-female graduating class."
What if we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous? Incredible piece by
"What if instead of breaking their wildness like a rancher tames a bronco, we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous?" : #gender
"What if instead of breaking their wildness like a rancher tames a bronco, we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous?" ✍🏽 
Just came across this must read piece by the fearless . Thanks for writing this Mona - so very important. via
"Society increasingly feeds girls 'you can do anything' lies while the patriarchy remains intact. They can’t. And they have to know why." -
"We teach girls to capitulate, ostensibly for their own good, but drumming the concept of subservience into their heads comes with its own high price" *** Opinion | : What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage 👏🏿
I fucking love this beautiful, important, ANGRY piece by (now with the correct link!) What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage
‘ I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles.’ Yes ! Yes!
fantastic piece by - “I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles. I want her to flex, and feel the power growing inside her as she herself grows from a child into a young woman”.
"I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles." Revolutionary words from #SafeWorldSummit speaker on #dayofthegirl on
« A quoi ressemblerait le monde si les filles apprenaient depuis toutes petites qu’elles sont des volcans ? » A. LIRE. De , avec qui j’ai eu la chance de travailler à. en 2010 😍 Une tornade 🌪 #feminisme
“I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women” fantastic piece by not ruined by the Anti-Choice ad placed in it just for me, right beside the words “girls everywhere face the brunt of patriarchy” via
What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage
I finally read #Headscarves&Hymens last week after having it for a year, I think I feared it loosening my rage (further). Now I finally realise RAGE is definitely what will free me. Thank you for being a glorious voice of liberation
"We are not here to comfort the patriarchy." [email protected]
'What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage'. is a force to be reckoned with
"What would the world look like if girls were taught they were volcanoes?" Come ALL the way through, ! Needed this, have already sent to several friends, etc. 🌋 
What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage Featuring :
"What if instead of breaking their wildness like a bronco, we taught girls the power of being dangerous?" - The awesome with Another beautiful one. | Mona Eltahawy: What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage via
⚡️⚡️⚡️ “I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women.” - | What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage —
I've been off Twitter for a month but it was worth coming back for this . As Alice Walker once said, "I have a rage in me to defy the stars."
Thank you for calling your paper to our attention, with its interesting and novel thesis (am reading now). If you have not seen it, you may be interested in this essay by this past week about the need to teach girls rage.
thank you for reminding me to keep feeding and fueling my daughter the rage she needs to change this world.
'“We are volcanoes. When we women offer our experience as our truth, as human truth, all the maps change...” Le Guin said. “That's what I want — to hear you erupting.”' More brilliance from
Also, this essay has me fired up about the raging feminism with which I'm raising my daughter -- *and* son. Yes, smashing the patriarchy is fun for the whole family. Thank you for this volcanic marvel of a piece,
“What if instead of breaking their wildness like a bronco, we taught girls the power of being dangerous?” ⁦
"What would the world look like if girls were taught they were volcanoes?" Powerful witnessing from the great : What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage via
What if instead of breaking their wildness like a rancher tames a bronco, we taught girls the importance and power of being dangerous? fantastic piece!
Gendered racism is a thing. Black men who think Black women should silence their rage about patriarchy piss me off. Thank you, , for this and
I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women - via
spent the weekend half-naked with other queer Okie men- all channeling our so-called "femme" energy- and this amazing essay about girls and rage is just what I needed
What the world would look like if we taught girls to rage "To beat the patriarchy, we have to start early. Imagine a curriculum that includes lessons on the importance of rage, the various ways to express it and lessons on how to use it":
For #DayOfTheGirl: I want to bottle-feed rage to every baby girl so that it fortifies her bones and muscles. I want her to flex, and feel the power growing inside her as she herself grows from a child into a young woman. I wrote this in February.
Angry Women Are Free Women I am relieved and feel liberated by your writing 💕 Thank you!
“I am an angry woman. And angry women are free women.” My mood tonight. Thank you for writing this magnificent essay.
If I were writing a Rage For Girls curriculum, it would include #JuneJordan’s “Poem About My Rights,” in which she brilliantly and beautifully explains how sexual violence intersects w/misogyny, racism, colonialism & war. Read it
(cw: child sex abuse) One day when I was four years old, a man stopped his car on the street under my family’s balcony, pulled his penis out of his pants and beckoned for me to come down.
As I say in my essay on rage and girls: What is particularly cruel is that, especially in the West, society increasingly feeds girls “you can do anything” lies while the patriarchy remains intact. They can’t. And they have to know why.