Maybe even "I AM.."
Posted by Kate on April 29, 1998 at 11:23:20:
In response to I'm Not A..., written by Cassia on April 28, 1998 at 15:05:22
] I think Gibbons was more one of those women who say, 'I'm not a feminist but...' then list the feminist advantages.
It may be that Stella, as a working woman in the twenties, obviously committed to more independence for women (hence the contraception) would have identified herself as a "feminist" in the understanding of that term at the time.
- Re : Above Cassia 15:52:07 4/29/98 (2)
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