Documentary on sex stereotyping in American during the 1950s. Producer Brett Vuolo introduces it this way: "I'm here with Ronnie, Sheila, and Barbara, and we're going to be rapping about what it was like to grow up female in the '50s. We'll be talking, playing records, reading our diaries, and yearbooks, and taking phone calls, and generally freaking out on the '50s." (Phone calls not on this recording) Contains sensitive language. Very bad levels at middle of tape. This is the original, unedited version of AZ0240.
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