Honestly, I don’t care to see another thing about Invisible Woman. I am tired of being erased. Instead, I want to see Visible Woman. (“It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s—oh, christ, who invited Beth?”)
If it makes you a “C-word” to stand up for yourself, to work hard, to speak truth to power, to not let a man take advantage of your body, to fight for the rights of marginalized voices—then yes, vagina, I am a cunt!
On Sunday, the world lost Margot Kidder, a much-loved actress known to many for her portrayal of “Lois Lane” in the 1978 Superman and its sequel.
None of the hullabaloo was actually about Michelle Wolf or her White House Correspondent’s Dinner monologue. It was about a tale as old of time—one of the persistent gaslighting of women who speak truth to power.