Divya Srinivas

Divya Srinivas

Divya Srinivas
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I've played with the 'loaded gun' analogy a few times. I like it. It's such a vivid way to picture a woman's power-- commanding attention and respect you can't ignore.

I've played with the 'loaded gun' analogy a few times. I like it. It's such a vivid way to picture a woman's power-- commanding attention and respect you can't ignore.

The faithful wives of Weinsberg by Isaac Claesz van Swanenburgh.   "The Wives of Weinsburg,” “They may only be a legend. I like to think they were real. Once the city of Weinsburg in Germany was under siege. The enemy emperor was dangerous but not unmerciful. When it became inevitable that the city would fall, the men of Weinsberg pleaded for their women, that they be allowed to flee with their lives. The emperor relented and allowed the women to leave the city with only the valuables they…

The faithful wives of Weinsberg by Isaac Claesz van Swanenburgh. "The Wives of Weinsburg,” “They may only be a legend. I like to think they were real. Once the city of Weinsburg in Germany was under siege. The enemy emperor was dangerous but not unmerciful. When it became inevitable that the city would fall, the men of Weinsberg pleaded for their women, that they be allowed to flee with their lives. The emperor relented and allowed the women to leave the city with only the valuables they…