“‘Cornflake Girl,’ that’s the initial betrayal, the whole seed of the division. Cornflakes and raisins: cereal.” (B-Side, April/May 1994)
“It’s based on the Alice Walker book. The women that I wrote it about were people who I thought I knew. Then, all of a sudden, my jaw is on the floor going, ‘No, she didn’t do this; she didn’t say this; she doesn’t mean this.’” (Interview, August 1994)
" I don’t know why women aren’t supportive of women. That’s the most shocking thing to me. Of anything you could (...)

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