W for Wounded ego #AtoZChallenge

11 Responses

  1. Beth Lapin says:

    Confidence… that’s what I see, but is that because it’s on my A to Z blog today?!

    Affirmations for a Good Life

  2. Mandy says:

    I absolutely love the fearless girl statue, and I am so glad it is there. I do not agree that it is infringing on the bull’s copyright because the bull can be “viewed” without the girl. They are not the same statue and can be separated both in mind and in action. I sincerely hope the girl stays. It definitely gives females a sense of empowerment and confidence. 🙂

    With Love,

  3. Denise says:

    Here Here!! Well said.

  4. BIkram Mann says:

    but how is it infringing .. each has a place I think .. and good job the fearless girl is there just in case the raging bull gets out of hand .. 🙂

  5. Soumya says:

    I loved this image so much, you know.

    It shows courage, strength and so much else.
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  6. Rajlakshmi says:

    I don’t think they should make art so controversial. But to think that the ‘suits’ of Wall Street are feeling offended by a little girl statue… I don’t know what to say to say. I loved how strong and determined the statue looks. It exudes confidence and power. 😀
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  7. Wow Parul. This is a damn interesting post. I loved your thoughts on the Bull and the Girl co-exisitng and why or why not they should be there together. Awesome perspective you have presented about the need for a change in thought after three decades.
    ​Wish upon the stars

  8. I hope the fearless girl stays! The fact that art is bothering so many says a lot, doesn’t it!

  9. 100% with you! From Why to Why Not…IT does symbolize change, change in the outlook, attitude for both men and womenfolk! And isn’t it a worthy change???
    Anagha From Team MocktailMommies
    Collage Of Life

  10. Modern Gypsy says:

    I agree! It’s time for the fearless girl to rise and stand her ground, unafraid. Enough with the shaming and blaming that that’s piled on women who are ambitious and powerful and ruthlessly determined. If we can accept all these qualities in men without batting an eyelash, why should women be called villains?
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  11. Agree, I think Art shouldn’t be bothering anyone it only makes one think and challenge pre-existing ideas! Besides, it is a public place and everyone has right to express what they may …

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