GRAB THE TRAIN AT GRACE JONES, Get Off At Yoko Ono: Exploring NYC’s New ‘City Of Women’ Map
If you look at a map of the United States, you might think that only men live here.
Writer Rebecca Solnit once said, “The peaks of our mountains sound like a board of directors of an old corporation.”
And nowhere is manscaping more on display than in New York City, where there are 200 plus statues and landmarks named after men in history, including the Lincoln Center, Columbus Circle and Rockefeller Center, to name a few. Meanwhile, the most prominent woman is the Statue of Liberty, which isn’t even based on a real person. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE
This article was suggested by Va Boyle and Cynthia Turner