People: Dec. 28, 1970

Several prominent leaders of the Women's Lib movement have raised a new banner to battle under: bisexuality. Reacting to TIME'S story (Dec. 14) reporting Militant Kate Mil left's public admission that she is "bisexual," nine Women's Lib leaders held a press conference last week in New York City to announce common cause with "the struggle of homosexuals to attain their liberation in a sexist society." The leaders, including Millett herself, Ti-Grace Atkinson of the National Organization of Women, and Writers Gloria Steinem, Sally Kempton and Susan Brownmiller, issued a prepared statement. Excerpt: "Lesbian...

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