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   "[Women] have won only what men have been willing to concede to them; they have taken nothing; they have received. It is that they lack the concrete means to organize themselves into a unit that could posit itself in opposition." (The Second Sex)  On one half of the sheet, a man covers himself in paint and rolls in the fetal position. After one rotation, he reapplies paint and completes the roll. Opposite him, a woman applies paint and rolls in the fetal position without reapplying paint.   Initial coverage with the same amount of paint symbolizes their inherent equality, yet the fading print of the woman represents underdeveloped momentum caused by social and cultural patriarchal shifts.

"[Women] have won only what men have been willing to concede to them; they have taken nothing; they have received. It is that they lack the concrete means to organize themselves into a unit that could posit itself in opposition." (The Second Sex)

On one half of the sheet, a man covers himself in paint and rolls in the fetal position. After one rotation, he reapplies paint and completes the roll. Opposite him, a woman applies paint and rolls in the fetal position without reapplying paint. 

Initial coverage with the same amount of paint symbolizes their inherent equality, yet the fading print of the woman represents underdeveloped momentum caused by social and cultural patriarchal shifts.

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   "[Women] have won only what men have been willing to concede to them; they have taken nothing; they have received. It is that they lack the concrete means to organize themselves into a unit that could posit itself in opposition." (The Second Sex)  On one half of the sheet, a man covers himself in paint and rolls in the fetal position. After one rotation, he reapplies paint and completes the roll. Opposite him, a woman applies paint and rolls in the fetal position without reapplying paint.   Initial coverage with the same amount of paint symbolizes their inherent equality, yet the fading print of the woman represents underdeveloped momentum caused by social and cultural patriarchal shifts.
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"[Women] have won only what men have been willing to concede to them; they have taken nothing; they have received. It is that they lack the concrete means to organize themselves into a unit that could posit itself in opposition." (The Second Sex)

On one half of the sheet, a man covers himself in paint and rolls in the fetal position. After one rotation, he reapplies paint and completes the roll. Opposite him, a woman applies paint and rolls in the fetal position without reapplying paint. 

Initial coverage with the same amount of paint symbolizes their inherent equality, yet the fading print of the woman represents underdeveloped momentum caused by social and cultural patriarchal shifts.

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