Stifle (student art)

Stifle, art by Lauren Raimunde, shows a young person with two fingers holding their mouth open

Stifle examines the complex journey in practicing feminism beyond proclamation. I want the viewer to question “choice” feminism and its relation to both internalized misogyny and hierarchies in general. Any relationship, whether self, personal, or social, has the ability to repress feelings. A hand intrudes the mouthpiece…But whose hand is it? And what does your reading reveal about your own relationships?

Lauren Raimunde, pronouns undisclosed

Smith College, class of 2020
Study of Women and Gender major

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