Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Ladies' night





“The world hid its head in the sands of convention, so that by seeing nothing it might avoid Truth.”

“Our love may be faithful even unto death and beyond - yet the world will call it unclean. We may harm no living creature by our love; we may grow more perfect in understanding and in charity because of our loving; but all this will not save you from the scourge of a world that will turn away its eyes from your noblest actions, finding only corruption and vileness in you.”

"You're neither unnatural, nor abominable, nor mad; you're as much a part of what people call nature as anyone else; only you're unexplained as yet - you've not got your niche in creation."

"Language is surely too small a vessel to contain these emotions of mind and body that have somehow awakened a response in the spirit."


Radclyffe Hall (12 August 1880 – 7 October 1943), whose lesbian novel The Well Of Loneliness was judged "obscene" by Chief Magistrate Sir Chartres Biron on this date in 1928.

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