“I was one of the earliest pro-feminist men”, originally published in Mel Magazine
I first became an activist when I was in college in the 1960s. Obviously, the anti–Vietnam War movement was big back then. I left the country to avoid the draft, but when I came back, I wanted to continue my political work. That’s a big reason why I settled in the Bay Area: There was a lot going on there culturally and politically, so it seemed like a good place to get involved in community action….
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