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When Ulrich originally wrote, "well-behaved women seldom make history" she didn't mean that women should misbehave in order to be memorable, which is how the quote is often interpreted. She wrote those words lamenting about the fact that so many women who made positive impacts on society are overlooked by history. Relatively few women have their names remembered. Women like Eleanor Roosevelt and Marilyn Monroe. Not women like Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.
by Brenda Della Casa Get it, girls. There’s a quote by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich that states: “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” It’s a often posted on Pinterest boards and slapped onto cards with women in 1920s-fashion kicking up their heels in unison. But for me, this sentiment is more than encouragement to go on a girls trip and go wild; it’s a celebration of women who choose to be defined by their courage, bravery and decisions to go after the life they want to live instead of being…
This quote is sometimes attributed to Marilyn Monroe, Eleanor Roosevelt,or even Anne Boleyn, however it was none of those women who coined this phrase. The earliest evidence of a version of this phrase known appeared in an academic paper in the journal “American Quarterly” in 1976 by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. Well-behaved women seldom make history; …
A list of the most commonly misattributed pinterest quotes. Please read this, it's sad how many people give credit to the wrong person. P.s. this quote is from an essay on New England historical figures.