Quotation by Florence King

When women talk about "privacy" they mean abortion rights, and the millions of words feminists have written about "a room of one's own" refer to psychological space, rarely to physical solitude. For most women being alone is tantamount to being deserted.
Florence King (b. 1936), U.S. humorist, essayist, social critic. With Charity Toward None; A Fond Look at Misanthropy, New York, St. Martin's Press (1992).
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