Quotation by Crystal Eastman

... there is nothing more irritating to a feminist than the average "Woman's Page" of a newspaper, with its out-dated assumption that all women have a common trade interest in the household arts, and a common leisure interest in clothes and the doings of "high society." Women's interests to-day are as wide as the world.
Crystal Eastman (1881–1928), U.S. social/political activist and author. "What Shall We Do with the Woman's Page?," Time and Tide (May 20, 1927). On Women and Revolution, part 1 (1978).
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