Judge Judy Admits To Not Being A Feminist Katie Couric Gets Nervous
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[Judge Judy Admits To Not Being A Feminist Katie Couric Gets Nervous]
[Katherine Anne “Katie” Couric (born January 7, 1957):]
You talk about law school and I think it’s interesting to note. Because I think we’re both feminist.
[Judith Susan “Judy” Sheindlin (born October 21, 1942), also known as Judge Judy:]
I never considered myself a feminist. All during my professional career, whether it would be a lawyer or a judge, I never belonged to a woman’s organization. I didn’t want to be, it wasn’t – I wasn’t a woman lawyer, I was a lawyer who happened to be a woman. And I wasn’t a woman judge, I was a judge who happened to be a woman. I actually never felt, probably I was too stupid to know that I was held back at any time because of – because of my gender. And I still don’t feel – I still don’t feel as if there was any time in my life when I thought that being a woman held me back. And you define yourself. If you let other people define you that’s a mistake. So I never felt the need to have a feminine organization behind me although I’m sure that in some way they were assistance to me along the way.
I think it’s funny, you know I think the feminism as the social, political and economic equality for men and women. So you know I wish people would embrace the term, because I think it’s gotten a bad rap. So it’s interesting for me to hear you say it’s almost like, you don’t want to be associated with feminism.
No, because I don’t think a movement actually, Katie helped me. Being part of an organization never defined me.
I think the feminism as the social, political and economic equality for men and women.
[Judge Judy:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
You’re an idiot.
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