Gloria Steinem on Harvey, Hef, and Donald Trump
Gloria Steinem On Harvey Weinstein’s Downfall, Hugh Hefner’s Death, And The Endless Last Gasp
By Mattie Kahn
At the beginning of Gloria Steinem’s career, she filed all her stories in person. There was no email, no internet, no Google Drive. She delivered her work face-to-face.
Once, she dropped off her piece at a prominent New York-based magazine, and her editor gave her a choice: “Either I could mail his letters on the way out, or I could go to a hotel room with him in the afternoon.”