Smashing The Patriarchy

We asked women to destroy an object that represents patriarchy and oppression to them. “NOT JUST A BOYS CLUB” – Jenna Fletcher “Participation in patriarchy may sometimes come in the form of silence; refusal to …

We asked women to destroy an object that represents patriarchy and oppression to them.

“NOT JUST A BOYS CLUB” – Jenna Fletcher


“Participation in patriarchy may sometimes come in the form of silence; refusal to allow archaic ideas to define the way we love ourselves, requires our voice.” –Ashlee Bennett

“I had a very poetic sentence written for how I feel about you and all people like you, but for all daughters like me, and all mothers like my mother, the most poetic thing I can muster is fuck off.” – Danika McClure

“Because when a woman becomes successful in an industry governed by men, it’s not about her talent — it becomes about her outward appearance and what she is willing to do with it to appease the audience.” – Jessica Rojas

“Over easy and rare.” – Kelsey Swope

“They all told me my dress was too short.” – Tali

“I wrecked these shoes while running away full speed from a terrible marriage on the same rainy night that I figured out I was born far too wild to quit myself for you. (I nailed them to my wall to remind me to stay gone).” – Kait Payne

“My existence
Far eclipses
The consummation of your fantasies”
– Juli

“Good girls wait.” – Amanda Robinson

“Beauty is a state of mind, not a state of body.” – Desi

“Smash male dominance in STEM fields, and encourage female and non-gender representation in science, technology, engineering, and math.” – Kelsey Waters

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