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2 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

Those fingers represent the patriarchy. 

No it actually tells you in the So-Called story. The bottom part of the statue represents a "swirling mingle"

I think I would very much like to experience her swirling mingle.

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I’m not sure I quite get it.

It’s not a statue of some random feminist..   it’s just dedicated to them.  
 

If the statue isn’t of them,  why not just make it a statue for all feminists everywhere..  or something?   
 

Perhaps it’s just a good excuse to put some tasteful porn on display? 

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1 hour ago, Funn3r said:

She died aged 38 following the birth of her daughter, the author Mary Shelley.

If it wasn't for her we would never have had Dracula

Her daughter was a lady and thus couldn't write such stuff -- that's for men.

I understand she wrote the bodice ripper Dr Frankenstein's Monstrous Obsession with the Bavarian Maiden, or something like that anyway.

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Good statue. Worthy of a period on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square. Not sure it is appropriate for the purpose though. Why modern feminists always want to portray women as downtrodden or pained is beyond me. Just do a standard clothed likeness. Equality with the men of the time. They were never portrayed at anything less than their best.

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1 hour ago, Funn3r said:

She died aged 38 following the birth of her daughter, the author Mary Shelley.

If it wasn't for her we would never have had Dracula

Indeed.

A ground breaking story that smashed the stuffy gender roles prevalent in the UK, showing women could be at the centre of a story rather being cast as mothers or housekeepers.

 

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