…The more they stay the same.
This is a link to a post by Jay Nordlinger referencing a talk by Dorothy L. Sayers – in 1938. She sounds remarkably sensible – her views correspond quite well to that of current-day Conservative women. Funnily enough, in the early days of the feminist movement, she was considered an icon. I first read about her in Ms. Magazine – those were the days, before they OD’d on PC nonsense, and decided that Republican women weren’t REALLY women, but cross-dressing men who “identified” as women, WERE.
Re: who is a woman – I felt as though I’d fallen down the Rabbit-Hole