Taking the Cake

Like every female who grew up in the South in the fifties and sixties, I knew how I was supposed to act.  I was supposed to be agreeable and deferential.  I was supposed to “draw out” other people and ask about their lives.  I needed to be tactful, above all else.

But then the women’s movement and the seventies arrived, and (TO CONTINUE, GO TO: http://www.geezersisters.com/


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