Vivian: "Hey, mom, what do 16-year-olds care about?"
Lisa: "When I was 16 all I cared about was smashing the patriarchy."
If you're doing nothing then you're part of the problem!Moxie
Vivian: "What would I do without you?"
Claudia: "I guess we'll never find out."
Unless one of you young people fixed global warming, your summer vacations were boring and don't matter.Moxie, by Mr. Davies
Mitchell Wilson: "I was helping this new freshman girl find her way to class, and she was deeply lost."
Mr. Davies: "Chivalry might not be dead, but you will be if you're late to my class again."
Claudia: "Did you hear, rankings are already starting?"
Vivian: "What? This is the first day. I mean, they haven't even had time to like look at us yet. I mean, are they basing their decisions on summer? Because nobody even saw us this summer. Unless someone was secretly spying on us playing Mario Kart in your mom's basement."
Claudia: "Oh, then I might get ranked 'Best Power Slide' on Rainbow Road."
Fed up with the sexist and toxic status quo at her high school, a shy 16-year-old finds inspiration from her mother's rebellious past and anonymously publishes a zine that sparks a school-wide, coming-of-rage revolution.Moxie
Traffic was horrible. I let three people merge, and not one wave. It's a heartless town we live in.Moxie, by Lisa