"Privilege lets you opt out of caring. Given a few centuries, that willing removal has hardened into something else for white women: irrelevancy."
'I came to vote her,' announced the husband, proceeding to direct his wife to the voting machine."
“The more privileged, the more powerful the man in her life, in a way, the more diminished she is,” Slater said."
I don't think it's appropriate to do that w/o also reflecting on *why* they've had to work so hard on basics like public health, education, wages, etc.
Southern white women were scarce to be seen on these issues.