For decades, Gloria Steinem has been an iconic figure in the feminist movement and fight for equal rights, causes she has championed ever since beginning her journalism career.
In her late 20s, Steinem gained national attention by writing an expose about her experience going undercover as a Playboy bunny; by her 30s, she had co-founded Ms. Magazine and the National Women’s Political Caucus; in her 40s, Steinem published her first of many books. Each decade has brought with it new experiences, perspectives and opportunities that have shaped Steinem into the woman she is today.
Now, at 81, Steinem is opening up about her journey through those decades, telling Oprah on “SuperSoul Sunday” that she can never be reminded too often of her current age. Huffington Post