Quotation by Erica Jong

The only difference between men and women is that women are able to create new little human beings in their bodies while simultaneously writing books, driving tractors, working in offices, planting crops—in general, doing everything men do.
Erica Jong (20th century), U.S. novelist and poet. As quoted in Necessary Losses, by Judith Viorst, ch. 8 (1986).
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