Paula Rego #Portuguese painter. This image is different and makes you move slow and feel lazy or tired, because of the way the figures are positioned.

Paula Rego #Portuguese painter. This image is different and makes you move slow and feel lazy or tired, because of the way the figures are positioned.

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October 15th 2013 Happy Ada Lovelace Day! Without women, computing as we know it would not exist!

October 15th 2013 Happy Ada Lovelace Day! Without women, computing as we know it would not exist!

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Top 100 women: Paula Rego Portuguese painter who broke boundaries at the Slade School of Art and was nominated for the Turner prize in her 50s

Top 100 women: Paula Rego Portuguese painter who broke boundaries at the Slade School of Art and was nominated for the Turner prize in her 50s

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"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best. " Frida Kahlo

"I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best. " Frida Kahlo

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Amelia Earhart.   In 1932 Earhart—with her leather jacket, scarf and close-cropped hair—became the first female aviator to fly a solo transatlantic flight, redefining expectations of women along the way. Though the 39-year-old disappeared in 1937 during a flight around the world, she still serves as a reminder of female fearlessness. - Amy Spencer, Glamour Magazine 2009

Amelia Earhart. In 1932 Earhart—with her leather jacket, scarf and close-cropped hair—became the first female aviator to fly a solo transatlantic flight, redefining expectations of women along the way. Though the 39-year-old disappeared in 1937 during a flight around the world, she still serves as a reminder of female fearlessness. - Amy Spencer, Glamour Magazine 2009

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[I'm not all about Buzzfeed and I hate the connotation of feminism as one that conjures up images of crazed, bra-burning women, but isn't the connotation that society has created for the word all the more reason to be a feminist? Women voicing their opinions and using their God-given gifts to achieve equality should not be considered extremists. Instead they should be seen as nothing less than soldiers, daughters, and martyrs. -Agnes]

[I'm not all about Buzzfeed and I hate the connotation of feminism as one that conjures up images of crazed, bra-burning women, but isn't the connotation that society has created for the word all the more reason to be a feminist? Women voicing their opinions and using their God-given gifts to achieve equality should not be considered extremists. Instead they should be seen as nothing less than soldiers, daughters, and martyrs. -Agnes]

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