“You are not alone in your anger. You are not alone in how objectified you feel. How overly sexualized you feel. How your sexuality and sensuality has been given over to other people and is not even of my own volition and my own choice anymore. And to me the constructive fury that came, it wasn’t just anger. It wasn’t blind rage. There was nothing blind about it. It has become laser. It has become absolutely constructive. We’ve been able to take our anger and let it be information for us. Let it be an informative way that we get to navigate where we’re going.”
The 2010s was the decade where women’s rage came in front and center.
Tracee Ellis Ross discusses the concept of constructive fury, the power of speaking out and why it’s OK to be angry.