Every human life includes moments of rage at unrecognition.

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Anger continued on past its usefulness becomes unjust, then dangerous… It fuels not positive activism but regression, obsession, vengeance, self-righteousness. Corrosive, it feeds off itself, destroying its host in the process.

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I’m angry that I live in a country where, still, no one listens until a white man says it.

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It took me two decades to become brave enough to be angry. Feminism is the collective manifestation of female anger.

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But throughout history the wiser minds have understood that anger and moral posturing are not a good antidote to rage and fanaticism. Competing vitriols only build on each other.

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It's a joke to think that anyone is one thing. We're all such complex creatures. But if I'm going to be a poster child for anything, anger's a gorgeous emotion. It gets a bad rap, but it can make great changes happen.

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I don’t have a tidy soundbite for you, because I’ve learned — I am not a child — and I have learned that when I’ve spoken in anger I usually regret the way I express myself. So I’ve been waiting to feel less angry. And when I’m ready, I’ll say what I have to say.

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Anger is powerful; it stirs change.

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Every woman has a well-stocked arsenal of anger potentially useful against those oppressions, personal and institutional, which brought that anger into being.

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Every human life includes moments of rage at unrecognition.

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Transform your anger into action. My brightest ideas were born out of anger.

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