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Apr 24
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The self-righteous absolutism of adolescence eventually softens its edges, as it must. But we never stop needing that idealism and energy, that courage to name things as political if they are political and unacceptable if they are unacceptable, that dedication to crafting our lives and our communities on our own terms. Telling stories is just the beginning.
— Sara Marcus, Girls to the Front: The True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolution
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