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  • Kim Jiries

    The Rape of the Sabine Women - Pietro da Cortona. 1627-29. Oil on canvas. 280.5 x 426 cm. Pinacoteca Capitolina, Rome, Italy.

  • Vicki Carlisle

    Baroque Art | Pietro da Cortona's Rape of the Sabine Women, c. 1629.

  • Evan Brady

    The Rape of the Sabine Women, a painting which depicts the event in which the Romans kidnapped a large number of young Sabine women in order to make them there wives.

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Oh, right: what I mean to say is the evocative romance of art and items and of wanting and shopping, of building a fleeting piece of identity around those things, is for girls.//I see this thing a lot I think of as a “cuntbrag,” also known as the “I’m not like other girls,” which is where you position yourself as better than them based on some perceived female fault of theirs while you’re trying to impress a guy, or maybe another girl. I do this sometimes, without knowing. It’s pretty bad news.