One must first emerge within it in sovereign solitude if one wants to try to grasp it anew: what women primarily lacks is learning from the practice of abandonment and transcendence, in anguish and pride. Marie Bashkirtseff writes:
“What I want is the freedom to walk around alone, come and go, sit on park benches in the Tuileries Gardens. Without this freedom you cannot become a true artist. You think you can profit from what you see when you are being accompanied or when you must wait for your car, your nursemaid, your family to go to the Louvre!...This is the freedom that is missing and whitout which one cannot seriously become something. Indeed, for one to become a creator, it is not enough to be cultivated, that is, to make going to show and meeting people part of one’s life.”
The Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir
“I admire people who
don’t fit in the system.
Because I’ve always
hated the idea of doing
what should be done
and trying to fit in.
That just isn’t the
person I want to be.”
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