M.I.A. rejecting the Christian binary and looking to Hindu goddesses for the multi-faceted ways a woman can exist reminds me of Carrie Mae Weems’ “Not Manet’s Type" and the accompanying text I knew, not from memory, but from hope, that there were other models by which to live

M.I.A. rejecting the Christian binary and looking to Hindu goddesses for the multi-faceted ways a woman can exist reminds me of Carrie Mae Weems’ “Not Manet’s Type" and the accompanying text I knew, not from memory, but from hope, that there were other models by which to live

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