It is no secret to people who know me that Barbara Nicolosi (Church of the Masses), at times, annoys the hell out of me. For several reasons that I do not need to go into here. However, one of the things that really bugs me about the woman is how she continually gets her jibes in about the baby-boomer generation - the generation without which, she would still be searching for a nunnery where she might fit in, or settling for a job, teaching physical education and drama at an all girls school. In other words, if it hadn't been for the feminists of the baby-boomer generation she wouldn't have a chance in hell of working in Hollywood. (Although she may have gotten a clerical position; proof reading, file clerk, secretary.)
Indeed, she reminds me of the '70's feminist, Kate Millet - in looks and attitude that is. Like it or not ladies, you are only where you are today because of the baby-boomer feminists - whom you so love to hate. Indeed, Hollywood women, pro-life Catholic or not, have to acknowledge women such as Kate Millett, author of Sexual Politics (1970).
Although not technically a baby-boomer (born in St. Paul, MN in 1934), Ms. Millet broke ground and criticised the power relationships and traditionally sexist roles which typified women in film. She lobbied for a more positive representation of women, along with promoting a sympathy towards women’s issues. Thus paving the way for baby-boomer women to experience a new freedom, approaching equality, in Hollywood, as elsewhere in politics, business, and public service. Her work became a proactive force to extend women’s involvement and contribution to art and politics. It was women like Kate Millet who paved the way for neo-con, arrogant Catholic women such as Ms. Nicolosi.
Oh, BTW, I wasn't a fan of Kate Millet either.