Women’s Libbers


‘Men who are prejudiced against women in executive positions have usually had a bad experience with one who swaggered in with a chip on her manly shoulder, believing that she had to fight her way up, and fight men to do it. A gal like that can make it tough for the rest of us. Many in the women’s liberation movement have done that—but few of them are executives… They have nothing to lose but their uncombed hair.’

From My Way of Life, by Joan Crawford, Simon and Schuster, 1971