Sexism

Before going to Washington, former Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick once debated a male colleague in the New Jersey State Legislature on the subject of “Women’s Rights.” Her opponent, a skilled debater, was ready to pull out all the stops when he arose in the assembly chamber to make his presentation. “I just don’t like what is happening,” he said. “I’ve always thought of women as kissable and cuddly and smelling good.” To which Millicent Fenwick replied, “That’s the way I’ve always felt about men, and I hope you haven’t been disappointed as often as I have.”

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