independence and fearlessness, not harassment!
83 years old Ninalee Craig is speaking up about the real meaning of the iconic 1951 images "American girl in Italy".
“Some people want to use it as a symbol of harassment of women, but that’s what we’ve been fighting all these years,” Craig said in a telephone interview in Toronto . “It’s not a symbol of harassment. It’s a symbol of a woman having an absolutely wonderful time!”
Back in 1951, Craig was a carefree 23-year-old who had chucked her job in New York and had a six months vacation in Europe by her own; — very few women did that in the years following World War II.
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