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Asked recently whether, if Marilyn were alive, she would be a card-carrying feminist, Gloria Steinem said: "I think so, because her experiences were ones that feminism often speaks out on: sexual abuse, sexual victimisation, a mother's madness."She died just before the beginning of the modern women's movement.
The store owners who know a milestone birthday will boost sales of schlocky Marilyn memorabilia (watches, mugs, towels), the publishers who will re-issue Marilyn picture books just for the occasion, the bra companies who know a sudden burst of Marilynia sends women straight to the lingerie racks (if not to their plastic surgeons, requesting her breasts). The ensuing hype surrounding birthday 75 now gives them a chance to spread their message to a wider audience, using Marilyn as leverage.
"I think in this way, a lot of young feminists see her as a sort of martyr for modern feminism, as a shocking example of how a woman can be torn apart by the greed, lust and coercion of the men in her life." Marilyn's life story, today the subject of over 300 books, biographies, movies and university dissertations, is not one you would typically expect feminists to seize upon for inspiration.