Friday, June 29, 2007

Good news!

I'm Emma Goldman. No, really, I am. Quizilla.com says so. Which feminist icon are you? (Thanks to Shakespeare's Sister for the fun link.)

9 comments:

Mary said...

That was fun as hell. Here's me, presumably: "You are Kathleen Hanna! Poster child of the riot grrls, you've grown up a little in the last few years. You've brought rape, feminism, sexuality, and wymyn surviving hard shit into the mainstream through art, music, and spokenword. You're PUNKROCK! But, like, for real."

besotted said...

Hey Gracie, I'm Emma Goldman too! Thanks, that was great fun.

Renee said...

You are Catharine MacKinnon! You are one amazing smarty-pants! You're hell on wheels and you know it, but you also know that because you're the "pretty" radical feminist, you get off easier in public. You combine law, philosophy, and feminist theory. You truly are a triple threat!

Well ... the amazing smarty-pants part is true!

BitterGrace said...

Renee, you are an amazing smarty-pants, but no way are you that prig Catharine Mackinnon. Take the test again and report back.

I am totally pleased that Terry and I are both Emma Goldman--but I'm a little jealous of Mary being a Riot Grrrl.

chayaruchama said...

Well, girls...
Do you want to PISS yourselves ?
Remember I said I was a black woman ?
I feel vindicated...
I'm Angela Davis !
Join me, Renee, sistah..

Renee said...

Ok, how's this?

"You are Frida Kahlo! You are an artistic, passionate, vulnerable person, with openly bisexual tendencies and were the first womyn to have her own gallery show in Mexico. You slept with ... Trotsky?"

Hey. I was high on paint thinner. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

BitterGrace said...

Chaya, of course you are Angela Davis. She has a fierce mind.

Renee, Frida is much more like it--leaving aside the unibrow problem, which I feel confident you don't share. And hey, maybe Trotsky had the goods, who knows?

chayaruchama said...

Oh, Trotsky had the goods, no question.
ESPECIALLY, since Geoffrey Rush portrayed him in the film...

R, beloved,this'll give you a yuck :
One of my oldest, closest friends [ I tend to keep my friends forever]saw the film 'Frida', and ran to the phone, telling me that I had to see it, it made her think of me.

A saner, more stable soul would have been horrified- I was delighted instead.
So was she.
There you have it.

Arhianrad said...

Another Emma Goldman here, ladies! :)