Feminine Intuition Men think we are not blessed with souls, Are useful, yes, for drudgery and helping them attain their goals (Ours to them, a boring mystery). We can read, this they accept, Can work out sums, and write a bit: Store stuff, remember where it's kept, And fetch it, when a man wants it. We're tired of condescension, tired of being Adam's latest rib (Woman, the first, rather misfired). We've had enough. Computer Lib!
–From “Tales from the Computer Room” by John Race. © 1977.