20 March 2003 Polish feminists often appear too eccentric and too revolutionary. To use a contemporary comparison, they are like modern-day versions of Frida Kahlo, the revolutionary Mexican painter and hero of a new, popular film. Frida Kahlo, who is considered by many to be a pioneer of feminism, has entered into the popular consciousness. […]

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