On March 23, 1970, Newsweek published a cover story, "Women in Revolt," about the new militant feminism that was roiling the country, but trouble was already brewing within the magazine's own ranks.
For a year, the "dollies" in the news weekly's research department -- smart and savvy graduates of the nation's finest colleges -- had secretly plotted in the ladies' room to challenge the "gentleman's agreement" that women don't write.
Of the more than 50 writers who carried bylines at the New York-based publication, only one was a woman.
Male editors were taken by surprise as 46 female staffers signed the first gender discrimination complaint against an employer, charging that the magazine had violated Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act....
Women and girls aren't taught their proper role for the most part. The church in general has dropped the ball in this area; it's up to Christian women (like me) to help teach younger women to love their children and respect their husbands. May the good LORD forgive our failure and help us to repent and do right. Amen.