“A memo from Hugh Hefner smuggled out by a woman office work at Playboy magazine in Chicago was a three-page diatribe against publishing an article on the women's movement that one of his editors had assigned to a professional male journalist, and thus had come out too "objective" and "well-balanced" for Hefner's purposes. As he wrote, "Doing a piece on the pros and cons of feminism strikes me as rather pointless for Playboy. What I'm interested in is this highly irrational, emotional, kookie trend... . These chicks are our natural enemies... . It is time to do battle with them... . What I want is a devastating piece ... a really expert, personal demolition job on the subject."”
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