“What’s interesting is that although she was a woman’s woman and refused to be treated differently from men at a time when women routinely were, she never liked the idea of being called a feminist. Like many of her generation I think she believed that feminism meant anti-feminine, that it meant that she couldn’t be free with her sexuality, or you couldn’t be womanly if you were a feminist. I don’t think she ever realized what an incredible feminist icon she was.” - Naomi deLuce Wilding