“Any city gets what it admires, will pay for, and, ultimately, deserves. Even when we had Penn Station, we couldn’t afford to keep it clean. We want and deserve tin-can architecture in a tinhorn culture. And we will probably be judged not by the monuments we build but by those we have destroyed.”
Sean P. Fodera, associate director of contracts at Macmillan publishing, criticises Mary Robinette Kowel. Fodera attempted to invalidate Kowel, a Hugo-award winning author, for her feminist involvement in the equality movement, as she had previously posed for a full-body photograph on a beach.
He wrote: “I find it very funny that she would jump on this bandwagon. For a long time, her website featured an array of photos of her in a diaphanous white outfit, posing on a beach. No metal bikinis or such, but they were not innocuous writer headshots either.”