And avoidng my art. Like a boss.
That’s exactly what I’m doing.
Non-Western feminist history of the day:
Hoda Sha’rawi was an Egyptian feminist, nationalist, and political activist who educated women and helped them leave the house and get involved in public, political life. In 1919, she organized a women’s protest against British colonization and in 1923 she organized the first public defiance of wearing the veil in public. She also published a women’s magazine, represented Egypt at international women’s conferences, founded the Egyptian Feminist Union, and advocated women-run social service projects to assist women and children.