Last month, Harper's published an essay by Susan Faludi about intergenerational feminist tension, in which she examines how the "mother-daughter divide" damages the feminist movement. In essence, she casts older women as politically focused, radical activists who are reluctant to see their movement get passed on to a group of young women who they see as too focused on the wrong things -- namely body image and pop culture. It's not a new argument, but it was made again under Faludi's very respected watch this time around.
I was sitting in the audience at the Starr Community Conversation in Kansas City on Tuesday night when Gloria Feldt* said, "Nobody loves you better because you have used yourself up for them."
Kind of makes a record scratch, doesn't it?
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