All women are oppressed. But those of us who’ve had child sexual abuse or who’ve been battered in a relationship with a man, or who’ve been prostituted, we’re wearing very short leashes around our necks. Other women who’ve had the fortune to get to 16 or 20 or 30 who haven’t been abused, are still wearing a leash, because we’re women, we’re a class, we’re all oppressed, so their leashes are longer. But it’s always the ones who wear the shorter leads who put themselves out more, and who do the most work.
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