From an interview in The Atlantic with Gail Collins about the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking book by Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique.
The problem Friedan illustrated “had no name.” Do you think there’s a modern version of this problem? Something we’ve missed?
Women’s voices are so powerful now. I don’t worry that they won’t find ways to define their issues. I look around me and see all these incredible young women who are writing and talking about stuff.
Yes, thank you Internet, and thank you mummy blogs, particularly.