by Susan Weidman Schneider

From the Editor

Women's sex shops, women's philanthropic foundations

“Chick.” “Baby.” Women have long been infantilized in language, even in these erstwhile terms of endearment. And we’ve hated it. But there’s one way that we should strive to become more like infants. Even girl babies know how to ask for what they want. Their cries and demands may not always be answered, but there’s no doubt that they feel entitled to voice them. Without saying—sometimes loudly—what we as women need, how are we going to change the world for the better?

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