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History of Women

Anne Boleyn was Forced to Marry

The ghost of Anne Boleyn haunts my days

I like to think of Anne Boleyn in a field somewhere, laughing. Henry Percy is with her sometimes. Sometimes her sister Mary is there instead. Anne is never alone. She would hate that. She was alone in the Tower. She never wants to be that alone, as alone as a human being can possibly be, ever again.




If history was a Hollywood movie, the editing room floor would be littered with the stories of women clipped to make room for men’s stories. We are here to tell those stories.

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Rivka Wolf

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I’m the little girl who lived down the lane. Much appreciation to David Lynch. This generation of little girls are speaking for ourselves.

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