I am proposing the feminization of society; the use of feminine nature as a positive force to change the world. We can change ourselves with feminine intelligence and awareness, into a basically organic, noncompetitive society that is based on love, rather than reasoning. The result will be a society of balance, peace and contentment.
Arise, then, women of this day! Arise, all women who have hearts, Whether our baptism be of water or of tears! Say firmly: “We will not have great questions decided by irrelevant agencies, Our husbands will not come to us, reeking with carnage, for caresses and applause. Our sons shall not be taken from us [...]
Off The Beaten Path: Violence, Women and Art 23 October -12 December 2009 University Art Gallery, Mandeville Center, University of California San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA, USA [map] Amnesty International, Laylah Ali, Maimuna Feroze-Nana, Mona Hatoum, Icelandic Love Corporation, Yoko Inoue, International Rescue Committee, Jung JungYeob, Amal Kenawy, Lisa Bjørne Linnert, Hung [...]
THIS MUCH I KNOW Yoko Ono Artist, 76, London Interview: Alice Fishes, The Observer Photograph: Albert Watson When I think of Japan I think of food. I miss the Japanese spirit, the culture and civilisation that we had and lost. I know that most parents don’t like the culture of their children, but I do [...]
This article originally appeared on Cara Kulwicki’s blog, The Curvature, a feminist perspective on politics and culture. Introduction: Oh Yoko! For J. I think you would have loved these five posts perhaps more than anyone. I wish you could have read them. I’ve mentioned in passing before that I had intentions to write a feminist [...]
by Irma Kurtz, NOVA Magazine, January 1969 John Lennon’s last statistic has been disclosed to us all by the more devil-may-care record shops on the sleeve of his Two Virgins, a curious cacophony he cooked up with Yoko Ono. There he stands, naked as a plucked chicken, the whole world’s Sunday dinner, with his arm [...]