Valerie Solanas/Sara Stridsberg
29 Mai 2011 , Rédigé par leblogducorps.over-blog.com
Typical for Andy and his poor memory, he lost the script. Ouch. Solanas demanded he return the script or pay her for it but Andy ignored these demands and instead offered her a role in I, a Man. In Andy’s film, Valerie and another actor argue in a hallway. Solanas dominated the conversation, dialoguing about “squishy asses”, “men’s tits“, and lesbian “instinct”. She exited the scene explaining, “I gotta go beat my meat“.
Valerie wrote SCUM Manifesto in 1968
but no publisher would accept it. Instead she self-published, stood out on street corners and solicited SCUM to passersby. It is dubious that Valerie used the acronym
SCUM for Society for Cutting Up Men, since the phrase doesn’t appear in the text. SCUM references women:
“SCUM — dominant, secure, self-confident, nasty, violent, selfish, independent, proud, thrill-seeking, free-wheeling, arrogant females, who consider themselves fit to rule the
To read SCUM Manifesto click here .
To hear a reading of the SCUM Manifesto click here.
To hear a reading of the SCUM Manifesto Part 2 click here.
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