She concludes in the essay that in such a world, menstruation would become a badge of honor with men comparing their relative sufferings, rather than the source of shame that it had been for women.
At an age when many are happy to slow down, Ms. Foundation suggested ways for others to celebrate Steinem's birthday.
I told my mother I never wanted to get pregnant. Steinem with George McGovern in Paley said. When I was young, in high school, in college, I was considered a pretty girl.
That was a true and incomplete answer.