Quotation by Elizabeth Gould Davis

Men insist that they don't mind women succeeding so long as they retain their "femininity". Yet the qualities that men consider "feminine"Mtimidity, submissiveness, obedience, silliness, and self-debasement—are the very qualities best guaranteed to assure the defeat of even the most gifted aspirant.
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