Traditional Discrimination

The female commentator on the Sunday
morning news program ruminated,
“What is that old phrase, ‘If a man is
discriminated against, it is a tragedy;
if a woman is discriminated against,
it’s tradition’?” And in that statement
more than a question the female
commentator summed up exactly
what is tradition in our nation’s capital,
in our state legislatures, in our local
politics, in corporate America and,
perhaps, in most bedrooms — trad-
itional discrimination.

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