To me, feminism is also about liberating men from the stereotypes that they have to be the breadwinners, that they have to be a certain way, and they can’t explore their feminine sides. That’s crippling men. That’s crippling how fully men can experience their emotional lives and everything. They have to bond with each other by putting women down? That’s sad. What about having real friendships? Wouldn’t that be great?

I feel like feminism is something that can change the world. It’s not just white women climbing the corporate ladder. It’s about challenging all the binaries, ending racism, ending classism. It’s not about hating men! That’s not even part of the conversation in my mind.

— Kathleen Hanna from “Nanny-Nanny-Boo-Boo, Fuckers: A Conversation with Kathleen Hanna" by Rich Juzwiak.

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Saturn and Tethys.  Photo taken by NASA’s Cassini Solstice Mission spacecraft.

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Saturn and Venus.  Photo taken by NASA’s Cassini Solstice Mission spacecraft.

Saturn and Titan.  Photo taken by NASA’s Cassini Solstice Mission spacecraft.