“I cannot understand the anti-abortion arguments centered on the sanctity of life. As a species, we have demonstrated quite comprehensively that we do not believe in the sanctity of life. The bullish acceptance of war, famine, pestilence, pain and lifelong poverty shows us that whatever we say to ourselves, we have made only the slightest effort to truly address the problem. human life as sacred.
How to be a woman
“It’s not just about looking glamorous or sexy. If that’s what you want, go for it, but for me it’s something that gives you joy. The truth is, you very rarely need to be sexy and sexy. While walking on the road for example, do you need to be sexy and sexy? No, of course not, you are on your way to M&S. You’re not going to hit someone now, so why bother?
Caitlin Moran explores her complicated relationship with makeup (Stylist)
“Cynicism is ultimately fear. Cynicism hits your skin and a thick black shell begins to develop, like insect armor. This armor will protect your heart from disappointment, but it will leave you almost unable to walk. You cannot dance in this armor. Cynicism keeps you stuck in place, in the same posture, forever. ”
“At its best, it’s a game. But for women, it’s a mandatory game, like the ball at the net, and you can’t get away by faking your rules. I know I have tried. And so for a woman, every outfit is a spell of hope, cast to influence the outcome of the day. An act of trying to predict your fate, like looking at your horoscope. No wonder there are so many fashion magazines. No wonder the fashion industry is worth around $ 900 billion a year. No wonder every woman’s first thought is, for almost every event in her life, be it work, snow or birth. The semi-desperate cry of “but what am I going to wear?” Because when a woman says I have nothing to wear, what she really means is that there is nothing here for who I’m meant to be today.