My first exposure to Feminism in the 1970s was in a class I took at my high school called “Sexism in America.” The teacher was excellent. At age 15, needless to say, I found it edifying. Also, I began then to see sexism as primarily a feminist issue, since the majority of sexists acts, in my view and in fact, are committed by men.
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