Tuesday, October 16, 2018 |
Column: Undercover —
Topic: Prudence —
An Ex-Cosmo Girl Sorts Out Reality from Revolutionary Propaganda
by Terrell Clemmons
When Sue Ellen Browder was a college student, the women's movement was just gaining steam. In those days, a woman could be fired for being pregnant, she couldn't apply for credit in her own name if she was married, and a number of medical and law schools were off-limits to her.
Sue Ellen herself was fired mere months into her first job at the LA-area South Bay Daily Breeze after "accidentally" getting pregnant (she'd been on the Pill). In 1969, this was consistent with corporate policy in many . . .
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