the most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by the the most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by the

the most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by the the most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by the. the most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by thethe most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by thethe most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by thethe most pervasive and enduring complaint issued by intelligent women of past and present society has been the observation that no matter what abilities or individual talents they may possess they are judged not on the basis of their own merit but in comparison with and by the