“I ask no favour for my sex. All I ask of our brethren is that they take their feet off our necks.”
There are few people known for their whole name – first, middle and last.
Even fewer known just for their initials.
And maybe no other white, Jewish, woman in history to be christened with an honorific reminiscent of martyred rap royalty.
But Ruth Bader Ginsburg was all that and more.
The Notorious R.B.G.
Let it never be said that she was given that title out of public relations or pique.
No matter where you stood, she earned the designation “notorious.” Because she WAS. In nearly everything she did.
Whether it was issuing the dissenting opinion on Bush v. Gore or lifting weights in a blue sweatshirt emblazoned with the words, “SUPER DIVA,” she was in your face…
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