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NOW Magazine - Anniversary special - - Toronto Symphony Orchestra -

Fem­i­nist art shows are tak­ing a dif­fer­ent form. Be­fore, we were pro­duc­ing papier mâché wombs. That’s all you would see – or­gans all over the place. – artist Midi On­odera on main­tain­ing mo­men­tum in fem­i­nist art shows We have to make the peace in­dus­try more in­ter­est­ing, more ex­cit­ing than the war in­dus­try. It’s as sim­ple as that, and if not we lose. – Yoko Ono on giv­ing peace a chance A Chris­tian is a Jew with a life in­sur­ance pol­icy. – au­thor and ac­tivist Rita Mae Brown, who wrote Rubyfruit Jun­gle I re­joice in ig­no­rance and vul­gar­ity and pornog­ra­phy and stu­pid­ity and the Amer­i­can way of life – which is sex and vi­o­lence. I love it. – singer, poet, writer and ac­tor Ly­dia Lunch on her show In De­fense Of Filth I’ve rated On­tario Hy­dro’s ef­fi­ciency pro­grams, and they range from sopho­moric to em­bar­rass­ing and prim­i­tive. – Amory Lovins, lead­ing en­ergy ef­fi­ciency ex­pert

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