Just read "Pink". I really liked it and immediately thought of Cecile Liv Moe from Tromsø. Pink is her favorite color and often the color of her hair. Ever been to the botanical gardens there where the peonies bloom pink in August? Could you write a poem weaving 'pink' and 'peace' together?
It's a great day for celebrating women, highlighting inequalities, and finding solutions to unacceptable wrongs.
Therefore, I figured this is a good day for addressing the following situation:
I cannot find a "Women's" genre merit badge! "Men's" and "Children's", even "Family", but no "Women's" (even though the genre itself is defined, thankfully).
This wrong must be righted, we demand a Women's MB!
Before you paint your signs and put your best suffragette hats on, though, sisters....
.... fear not, I've already come up with a solution. The cost of the badge will be covered by myself and our ally in arms Richard ~ Mending Well!!, in equal shares of course.
Now all we need to figure out is the image that should grace our proud new badge. And that is the task I'm setting the community to work at, starting today! There will be a poll, where a select few historically significant women can be chosen between, to find out which iconic rolemodel should be the inspiration for the image.
The poll will be launched later today, which means:
There is still time to send me more suggestions! Be quick, though, we must soon move briskly and bravely on in our mission to make a Women's MB. Just send a mail to PiriPica by clicking on the little envelope.
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