In an interview in 2007, Ulrich said when she wrote the book, Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History she wasn’t implying women should misbehave in order to be memorable, even though it’s how the quote is often interpreted. She was lamenting the fact that history very often overlooks so many women who have made positive impacts on society.
Whether sparked and fueled by events of tragedy, indignation at discriminatory treatment, or compassion for the plight of others’ misfortune, women have stepped up and accepted the gauntlet of diverse crusades, both past and present. Consider the recent evidence of this:
“No one can make you feel inferior without your permission” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
“When they go low, you go high” ~ Michelle Obama
“What you think of me is none of my business” ~ Terry Cole Whittaker
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