What would she do?
She would protest. She would use her voice and her body. She would paint.
She would want the right to have a choice in her body.
She would demand the right.
She lived unbound by her past and the social constructs of the time.
She was no sheep...she was a strong-willed bull.
She did great things with her mystifying powers and she lived a full life, rich with passion and tragedy and art.
She would disagree with her elders. She acted without permission or apology.
What did Frida think of America?
I find that Americans completely lack sensibility and good taste. They are boring, and they all have faces like unbaked rolls.
What else did she think of Gringolandia?
The most important thing for everyone in Gringolandia is to have ambition and become ‘somebody,’ and frankly, I don’t have the least ambition to become anybody.
I don't want to become anybody.
I want to continue to be me.
I want to art until I cannot art anymore.
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