Quotation by Marcy

Natural law is only whatever happens in your lifetime within fifty miles of you.
"Marcy." As quoted in The Girl I Left Behind, Introduction, by Jane O'Reilly (1980).

Marcy was a woman who called in to a late-night radio talk show on which O'Reilly appeared during a promotional tour for Ms. magazine. O'Reilly had spoken about the sexual politics of housework; a previous, male, caller had accused her of "contravening natural law." This was the next caller's response to him.
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