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  1. From Tara Cameron on May 24, 2013

    My mother (1919-1983) was what we called an early women’s libber. In the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s she was a journalist. She was the token woman on university and corporate boards. She wouldn’t donate money to organizations that didn’t include women as equals. And after my dad’s early death in 1959, from age 40 she raised 7 children on her own.

    Mom taught me all that I know about independence. She also taught me that men were more interesting than women. Regarding the latter Mom was wrong. Today, I know she would enjoy the company of women like Pamela Ryckman, as a journalist and especially as a woman.

    Thank you, Pamela, for sharing your ideas in Stiletto Network. As I read it, I’m learning how interesting women really are. This is a very good read.

    Tara

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