In California: Roar, Lion, Roar

If women have got themselves together in the past couple of decades, if they have learned, as feminists, to demand respect, orgasms, equal pay, coed housework, vice-presidential nominations and the right to run the marathon in the Olympic Games, can men be far behind?

Shirley, you jest. Men are so far behind that most of them are not anywhere in sight. Invisible, that's what they are, even to themselves. They creep around feeling "helpless, really helpless," apologizing when outraged feminists catch them displaying what is called, with great scorn, "too much male energy." Such are the views, anyway, of Tony D'Aguanno, Michael...

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