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Gloria Marie Steinem (born March 25, 1934) is an American feminist, journalist, and social and political activist, who became nationally recognized as a leader and a spokeswoman for the feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Esquire magazine features editor Clay Felker gave freelance writer Steinem what she later called her first "serious assignment", regarding contraception; he didn't like her first draft and had her re-write the article.So fight we did, with three women delegates speaking eloquently in its favor as a constitutional right.One male Right-to-Life zealot spoke against, and Shirley Mac Laine also was an opposition speaker, on the grounds that this was a fundamental right but didn't belong in the platform. Clearly we would have won if Mc Govern's forces had left their delegates uninstructed and thus able to vote their consciences.Steinem has maintained that she is proud of the work she did publicizing the exploitative working conditions of the bunnies and especially the sexual demands made of them, which skirted the edge of the law.As she recalled, "It [abortion] is supposed to make us a bad person. I used to sit and try and figure out how old the child would be, trying to make myself feel guilty. I think the person who said: 'Honey, if men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament' was right.I suppose I could be referred to as a journalist, but because Ms.
is part of a movement and not just a typical magazine, I'm more likely to be identified with the movement.
As for 2015, she joined the thirty leading international women peacemakers and became an honorary co-chairwoman of 2015 Women's Walk For Peace In Korea with Mairead Maguire.
The group's main goal is to advocate disarmament and seek Korea's reunification.
Speaking for myself, I knew it was the first time I had taken responsibility for my own life. I was going to direct my life, and therefore it felt positive. Because I knew that out there it wasn't [positive]." She also said, "In later years, if I'm remembered at all it will be for inventing a phrase like 'reproductive freedom' ...
as a phrase it includes the freedom to have children or not to.
Steinem again drew attention for, according to the New York Observer, seeming "to denigrate the importance of John Mc Cain's time as a prisoner of war in Vietnam"; Steinem's broader argument "was that the media and the political world are too admiring of militarism in all its guises." Following Mc Cain's selection of Sarah Palin as his running mate, Steinem penned an op-ed in which she labeled Palin an "unqualified woman" who "opposes everything most other women want and need," described her nomination speech as "divisive and deceptive", called for a more inclusive Republican Party, and concluded that Palin resembled "Phyllis Schlafly, only younger." In an HBO interview with Bill Maher, Steinem, when asked to explain the broad support for Bernie Sanders among young Democratic women, responded, "When you’re young, you’re thinking, 'Where are the boys?