August 19, 2012

5 Quotes & 1 Video via the Original Hipster Feminist: Katharine Hepburn.


5 Quotes & 1 Video: Katharine Hepburn.

My mother loved her, and looked up to her.

My mother was (and is) a tomboy. Katharine wore the pants. She talked loudly, she spoke eloquently, the love affair of her life was an unconventional one that didn’t fit in a box. She was sad, and wild.

She aimed to please herself.


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lou hamilton-gordon Nov 30, 2012 6:12am

i will always love you kate, we miss you

Kate Bartolotta Aug 20, 2012 12:55pm

Love her. She grew up not far from me. It's true (according to her bio) that her relationship with Spencer Tracy was tumultuous as he had a drinking problem. Don't know about any abuse allegations though.

wrikar Aug 19, 2012 1:06am

If Kate was the original hipster feminist she was also a woman of her times. In nearly three decades with Spencer Tracey she tolerated his well-documented alcoholism and public verbal & physical abuse. She said, "love isn't about what you expect to get but what you're willing to give." In her own case, she said, that was everything.

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