Alice Douche Bag of the BAGS. She also went by Alice Phallus.

You can see why the Grups might have thought this movement was a bit silly. Never mind the ripped shirts and use of pins and general mood of feral ugliness - the nomenclature was just banal.

Again, remember: what began as a reaction to the dead-end future in a socialized state ended up as make-up tips. "Even in Los Angeles, there is a touch of the extreme plus a more conservative wave of the quietly chic punk look."

BTW:

Bag is alive and continues to be an inspiration and an icon, especially to female musicians. She went on to embrace her Latina roots as a bilingual teacher in inner-city schools, and with her bands Cholita! (a pop-punk "female Menudo" act with queer performance artist Vaginal Davis) and Las Tres (acoustic folk music, written from a Chicana perspective, which led to a spin-off called Goddess 13). Now her music and influence are featured in the traveling Smithsonian exhibition American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music. What's more punk rock than bucking tired clich├ęs?

Dying of a heroin overdose, but we're glad she didn't.