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If you were a woman with leftist inclinations during the 1960s and wanted to join one of the many revolutionary groups that promised to "burn society to the ground", you wouldn't be required to bring a lighter - that was for the male hippies only - the women were required to bring coffee percolators and feather dusters:

"In the New Left, some people - men - are more equal than others. The revolutionary girl is distinguished from her male counterpart by one significant difference. The male can cut his hair, shave his beard and step back into the society he condemns. In trying to help the oppressed, the girls found they wear a uniform that they can't remove anymore than the Blacks can remove their skin. They can't remove their sex - and the men make use of it only too well."

These men were big on reading the blather of the underground press and you can read about their journalistic tastes here...

More on this topic can be read here...

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1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

1970: #ME TOO (Coronet Magazine, 1970)

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