Sexist society was one of New Zealand's early women’s liberation publications, containing stories from a wide range of people about their lives. Through these stories the experience of men and women in a sexist society was laid out for the reader. Men were also seen as trapped by sexism, although in different and less denigrating ways than women.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Reference: Susan Kedgley and Sharyn Cederman, eds. Sexist society. Wellington: Alister Taylor, 1972
Photograph by Rad Drawbridge
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