My body

April 1993
Seventeen;Apr93, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p110
Presents excerpts of an interview with Naomi Wolf, author of `Power Feminism: How to Love the Women's Movement Again,' due out in October. Women clued in to how sacred the ecosystem is; How women have put everyone else's needs in front of their own; Women must give themselves the same consideration they give everyone and everything else; More.


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