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  • Autostraddle - 6 years ago
    Steinem wanted to be “someone who describes possibilities through revolution rather than reform.” And she is. While for many years following her undercover work she resented ... “Honey, ...
  • pinterest.com - 6 years ago
    a must read article about domestic violence ... while the nation remains incredibly unsafe for its women citizens. More Gloria Steinem. She has dedicated her entire life (she's now in ...
  • hoodedutilitarian.com - 9 years ago
    I didn’t realize, though, that Gloria Steinem had actually put WW on the cover of the first issue of Ms. in 1972. Steinem also wrote an essay about ... women and girls can truly look up ...
  • www.goodreads.com - 2 years ago
    Gloria Steinem had an itinerant childhood. Every fall, her father would pack the family into the car and they would drive across the country, in search of their next adventure. The ...
  • Daily Mail - 7 months ago
    Three decades after the original Playboy Club ... Gloria Steinem worked as an undercover Bunny and wrote an expose for Show Magazine entitled 'A Bunny's Tale.' Among her revelations: ...
  • authorsden.com - 1 decade ago
    From the upcoming illustrated humor book "Parentally Insane: Insights From The ... original and unique to say. Equal parts Erma Bombeck and Gloria Steinem, Andersen has collected here ...
  • powells.com - 9 years ago
    Ned could simply tell the guy that if he knew how to read ... Gloria Steinem and Barbra Streisand." "Very briefly." Ned says. "I always went for women with balls." The store is crowded; ...
  • johnpavlovitz.com - 6 months ago
    My online critic further lamented my use of “partisan hashtags,” which again is revelatory: Echoing #StillShePersisted, born on a night when white Republican men silenced a female ...
  • affinitymagazine.us - 1 year ago
    Children growing up in this generation were typically patriotic, however many of the most influential civil rights leaders were born into the Silent Generation, such as Gloria Steinem ...
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    When you think of factory sleepers—cars sold from the factory that look ordinary and boring, but are deceptively fast and badass—the case could be made that most modern ones trace their ...
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