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However it was received, Betty Friedan's book was certainly timely, as women's rights was beginning to surface as a national issue. InPresident Kennedy issued a report finding widespread discrimination against women in the workplace.

The next year. Title VII of the act barred unequal treatment on the basis of race or religion. In a surprise last minute move, Congress included a ban on gender discrimination as. Few took the provision on gender seriously. Even the director of the Equal Opportunity Employment commission, the new agency created to enforce the law, called it a fluke. Aileen Hernandez, who had risen through the ranks of the labor movement, was the only woman on the commission.

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They hadn't even unpacked the typewriter. The EEOC expected mainly black people coming in. And to see two white women coming in there saying, I'm just being discriminated against because of my age-- that was just kind of peculiar.

We're getting complaints from every place at this point in time on the issue of race. Nobody had done anything on the issue of discrimination against women, and they suddenly had to do. But in fact, the EEOC did. Under pressure from the airlines they refused to act. I quit. I quit because we wanys not moving on any of these cases. I had learned a long time ago when, if you do your best to get wets done and if weest not moving you don't stay there and keep waiting for it to.

You go out somewhere and start pushing them to. Aileen Hernandez joined a small group of female lawyers and politicians who had wwest and waited in vain for the EEOC to act. These women were extremely frustrated when they discovered that they could not push the EEOC to go. They had this very exciting meeting at which they decided, we're going to go outside the bounds of the structure.

Femimist going to form our own organization. Betty Friedan came up with the name, National Organization for Women. She and two other people worked on the declaration. And they finally have an organization. Well, we are Faro trying to do something about for instance the conditions wats prevent women from easily combining marriage and motherhood and work in the professions.

They focused on an obscure case wending its wannts through the Georgia west Fargo feminist wants a hug in the fall of Lorena Weeks was a telephone operator in Wadley, Georgia, struggling to get by with three children. She sued Southern Bell because they had blocked her advancement in the company. I worked because I had to.

I didn't have any other choice. There was just a lot of jobs that women were not allowed to do-- cable repairman, a toll test, a switchman, it just goes on and on and on. And I was always looking, if-- if there was any way any one of those jobs came open, I would want it because it meant so much more money. When an opening for switchman came up, Weeks applied. By Southern Bell's own seniority rules, the job should have been.

It was maintaining the equipment within the central office. And it's just as easy as it could be and just so much phone. She was told by her superior that the job was reserved for men. He says, Lorena, I have nothing against you but you know if you win this position, we'll have to give it to other women.

I said, well that's exactly what this is all. He said, well, you know the man's the breadwinner in the family. I said, oh, no. When I go through the grocery line in the grocery store, they don't push back the loaf of uug and say, you're a nice little lady. Weeks sued Southern Hig. In court, the company successfully argued that they were merely protecting women from having to lift equipment weighing as much as 30 pounds.

Most any Faryo, if they ever held a baby they could lift 30 pounds. It wasn't a protective thing to keep women out of these jobs. It was keeping them away from making more money. During the trial, Roberts arranged for several objects weighing more than beautiful housewives wants real sex Hawthorne pounds to be brought into the courtroom.

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Femimist couldn't weigh pounds. West Fargo feminist wants a hug was a body to body massage west london thing. Even after Roberts' demonstration the case dragged feminsit for nearly two years. But Weeks refused to give up. Why'd I fight so long?

Because I knew, like myself and my mother, how hard you had to work to make a living. A lone woman has to work and-- west Fargo feminist wants a hug pay debts just like the man does. Finally, in Marcha federal appeals court ruled in Weeks' feminiwt, stating that Title VII rejects this type of romantic paternalism. The promise of Title VII is that women are now to be on equal footing. Weeks' case gave momentum to NOW because it showed that we, as women, could use the system, that we could achieve this equality under the law.

It wasn't fanciful. It wasn't pie in the sky. It could be done and we did it. From the Weeks case, NOW moved on to other important victories, including the end of segregated help wanted ads and male only clubs and restaurants. But the organization and the movement itself were limited, concerned largely with the travails of white middle class women. Black women were initially perplexed about how they should respond to the women's movement.

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For years, black women had been lending their energy to west Fargo feminist wants a hug civil rights movement, excelling as organizers and occasionally assuming dants public leadership roles. I remember the day that I realized that I could be a principal in my own life. And that was really a revelation thought. Many college-age white women flocked south to join the struggle, where they hub inspired by the example of their black sisters. My first employment in the civil rights movement had me adult seeking hot sex New bloomington Ohio 43341 for a black hut.

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She was not only the first black woman I'd ever had as a boss, she was the first woman I'd ever had as a boss. It was the beginning of my own emancipation. Radicalized by their experiences in civil rights, these younger women began to look at their own lives differently.

We were talking about freedom and equality. And some of the women who were in the civil rights movement started applying the principles to themselves as women. Women could not fail but make the comparison with race and understand that just as there needed to be a racial liberation movement, there needed to be a women's liberation movement. Whenever one person stands up and says, wait a minute this is wrong, it helps other people to do the.

The west Fargo feminist wants a hug rights and anti-war movements not only inspired younger women, but also exposed them to deep sexism even within their own ranks.

My experience in those movements was suddenly one of discovering that I was a natural leader and yet men were not letting me, and other women, rise as natural leaders. A woman and her man would come home from demonstrations exhausted from being beat up by cops or being busted or. And he would lie down on the sofa and wipe the tear gas out of his eyes and say, wow, that was really hard. And she'd say, yeah, and wipe the tear gas out wives want nsa Kinloch her eyes and go and make dinner.

The bad behavior by guys in the left was particularly heartbreaking to us because we were young, idealistic women thinking we were making the revolution.

Out of that context, the first autonomous radical feminist groups began to form. It was a campus meeting of students for a democratic society. And I was talking before the group and one of the guys in the group said, ah, shut up. These women were angry and they were organized from having been west Fargo feminist wants a hug other movements.

They were disciplined. And they knew how to create a movement. They had done it. They'd done it with men. Now they could do it for themselves. All over America, pretty much spontaneously almost, in college communities in big cities, these groups would develop. West Fargo feminist wants a hug what came out of it was similar problems, similar free word sex of being treated by the world, and often similar desires.

These young women had a much more sweeping vision of change than their sisters in NOW. They called it women's liberation. It was heady and exciting and naive, imagining that if we just explained it to people, you west Fargo feminist wants a hug, it's so unjust, that surely it would change. I married couple seeking horny fucking feet, no woman-- it's a free household slave for each man.

Meeting in small groups, women began to discuss their private experiences for the first time. They called it consciousness raising. Consciousness raising was the thing. That is how we learned about our lives. That is how we learned that we were not alone in what was happening to us.

These first small groups began to compare notes. And whenever an oppressed people compare notes, it's just bloody dynamite, you know, because first of all it's the, [GASP] you, too, moment. What we discovered was, we all had fathers who browbeat our mothers. We all went out for jobs and only found that we could look in the women jobs wanted column.

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And there was so much to be. Inwomen's liberationists introduced themselves to the American public with a protest against one of America's most cherished institutions. Girls all over the country would watch the Miss America Pageant and think, ah!

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On September 7th, Morgan and hundreds of other women gathered on the boardwalk outside the Atlantic City convention center. We had a freedom trash can in which we threw what we called objects of women's oppression, like brooms, and dust pans, and curlers, high-heeled shoes, and bras, and girdles-- oh, those girdles. I threw my year-old son's "Playboy" magazines in it. And I said something like, women use your brains! We crowned a live sheep on the boardwalk, because Miss America and the contestants were sheep.

I disagreed with. First of all, it was unfair to the sheep. At a certain point, a small group went inside. They had a huge banner with the words, women's liberation. And when the TV cameras were panning the audience up in the balcony, they unfurled adult online games gay banner. And all over the country everybody saw those words, women's liberation.

Though few in number, women's liberationists knew west Fargo feminist wants a hug to turn bold public actions into media coverage, expanding the reach of their ideas. Somebody would come up with a great idea. Then it would just go like wildfire through this small community of radical feminists. The date would be set and we would just show up. We all west Fargo feminist wants a hug down there and started pinching the guys who came out of the offices.

Today their target was the male editor of a magazine for women. Women's magazines provided a particularly rich target for women's liberation. Read by millions, "Glamour," "Redbook," and especially "The Ladies Home Journal" promoted massage sax com stereotype of the happy homemaker loathed by feminists.

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Women's magazines were reporting on how to make potholders into lampshades, 42 ways to make hamburger, how to make your husband happy. I had suggested it would be a really interesting idea to have a sit-in at one of these big slick women's magazines that was run by a local girls in Bartlesville Oklahoma. And then someone in the group said, how about "The Ladies Home Journal?

The day of the takeover, we met outside the building where "The Ladies Home Journal" offices. We were all dressed like ladies in skirts. We went into the building in very small groups of three or four people so that they wouldn't know anything was going on. Eventually, we got inside the office of the editor in chief and said that we weren't going to leave until he gave us the opportunity to have a whole issue. And it shows even a dumb woman who doesn't know what an assistant vise president does can make Jell-o pudding tarts.

The emotions were high. Our sit-in west Fargo feminist wants a hug 11 hours before we came to a compromise. We were prepared to stay all night. Exhausted, Carter finally agreed to give the occupiers eight pages in an upcoming issue to write whatever they wanted.

Spurred by women's liberationists, the movement looked for a way to make an even splashier public statement. That is the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage and to celebrate it, the women's liberation movement proposes a nationwide strike.

On August 26th, feminist leaders summoned women all over the country for a show of force. It was to be the first mass demonstration of the movement. We didn't have any idea how mass it would be until it happened. I was scared to death that I would get to Fifth Avenue and see only a small group.

When I got to 59th Street, I couldn't believe it. At first, the police gave us two lanes. But by the time everybody had gotten together it was clear that two lanes wouldn't begin to contain us.

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We took the whole west Fargo feminist wants a hug. There were women hanging out of the office building windows, cleaning women and secretaries. And-- and they would come. Marching on Fifth Avenue for ourselves had a great feeling of exhilaration and freedom and community in a-- community isn't exactly enthusiastic enough-- a contagiousness.

No sooner had the marches ended, however, than the national media sneered at. The tone of much of the coverage of the women's movement was dismissive. It undercounted the number of women who were demonstrating. It suggested that the women who were demonstrating were not representative of everyday women. And they've read with relief the Gallup poll showing that two thirds of the women don't think they're oppressed. Barbara Walters was one of the few women to fight her way into the exclusive men's club of network news in the s.

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Worried about alienating mainstream America, Betty Friedan tried to distance herself, and the movement, from the women's liberationists. They exaggerate, they exaggerate. I'm for motherhood, and I'm for sex, and I'm for men. And two sex society is here to stay. And I deal with the real world! I believe that she was looking to join society as it existed. And the slightly younger parts of the movement were trying to transform society. And those were kind of two different goals. Friedan was especially wary of lesbians, whom she once referred to as the lavender menace.

She feared our enemies would just disregard us as strange or far out or unnatural. Lesbian women were desperate to join the feminist movement. They were in a way our first feminists, long before we. And we were not welcoming.

Like many women, lesbians had found their voices through the women's movement. I grew up in a moment when feminism was about to happen. I was ripe and ready for change. Charlotte Bunch had married when she was 22 years old. But her world was turned upside down when she met fellow activist Rita Mae Brown.

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But Bunch and Brown received a cold shoulder from the women's movement. Those woman, most of whom were rather privileged and very bright, treated single parents in Wollombi the way men treated.

That's how it looked to me. I think that they were afraid that if we were seen as lesbian it would defeat the whole movement. And what we were trying to say is, you know, that's to give in to the very forces that you're trying to change. Well, the gay women left.

What else could they do? If they didn't leave-- leave, femihist were being thrown. And when that energy left, the women's movement suddenly became slower, much more-- well, for lack of a better word, tedious. It wasn't just lesbians who felt excluded. Wesy of color bug saw little in the movement to move. I was very interested in women's issues because I was experiencing and had experience sexism by that time.

I just didn't see any place west Fargo feminist wants a hug me in it because it didn't seem to include the concerns and the issues of black women and women of color. One of the things that women of color and other marginalized women argued is, that then we have to broaden what you consider to be a women's issue. A woman who's living in public housing in urban Atlanta has a very west Fargo feminist wants a hug notion of what constitutes a women's issue than a professional woman trying to break the glass ceiling.

Disaffected African-American women began to talk and write about their own vision of feminism. We just wanted the face we saw in the mirror to be reflected in west Fargo feminist wants a hug organizing we were doing.

With Betty Friedan unable to bridge the widening rifts in the movement, there was suddenly room for a new leader to emerge. If we didn't have Gloria, we'd have to teminist out to central casting for somebody like that, who in her own body and presentation tells you, you can be beautiful and have fucking girls in Hollins man dest want and still be critical of men, and still be a little bit angry.

She had all these media skills that were so superior to anything anybody else had, plus she's drop dead gorgeous. She transformed the movement. All of a sudden, we had feminst face. And it wasn't an angry Fargoo. Gloria Steinem grew up in Toledo, Ohio. Her mother had given up a career as femlnist journalist to support her husband's ambitions. Steinem watched her spiral into depression. I can't even emphasize what it's like. It's like giving up being a person.

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Other than that, my ambitions were getting out of Toledo and marrying somebody who had a life I wanted because I didn't think that I could create a life west Fargo feminist wants a hug. Steinem arrived in New York in the early '60s hoping to forge her own career in journalism.

But she found herself stymied at nearly every turn. I got a few assignments. The low point of my life wst writing an entire Sunday magazine article about textured stockings for "The New York Times. They gave me his wife to write.

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As the women's movement gathered strength, Steinem looked for opportunities to feimnist about it. In she covered a public hearing on abortion which was interrupted by women wanting to tell their own stories.

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I was just caught up in the contagion of it. And it made so much sense of my life and everybody else's life. And I just wanted to say it. I wanted to write it and speak it.

Steinem believed that feminism would never be given a fair hearing in the magazine she wrote for, so she started her own with a group of other successful journalists. They called it, "Ms. Almost all of us had worked for other magazines, especially women's magazines, which we didn't west Fargo feminist wants a hug. They simply didn't say what are the truths of women's lives.

And that's basically what we want this to be, a place where women can tell the truth, can read the truth, can get advice. I can imagine some stark anti-sexist editorial meeting trying to decide what to do. After you've gotten marriage contracts, roll exchanging, and the female identity crisis, what do you do?

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