Women, be warned: The Bag Lady is coming for you.
If you’re not up to date on her latest campaign to make us look like the sexiest and most desirable women in America, you’ll have a tough time sticking to her message.
In a new book, She’s Gonna Get You: How to Stop Being the Woman You’ve Always Been, author Jane Goodall outlines the key tactics to keeping her vision alive and reminding us that women are equal in every way, including the size of our bags.
Goodall is also the author of The Feminine Mystique, which helped launch a resurgence in feminism, but she’s not going to be around forever.
We caught up with her recently to talk about the book and her vision for the future of women.
How did you get involved with this?
I was on a train in Toronto when I was approached by a fellow train passenger who was looking for advice on what to do about the Bag Lady.
She said, “I have a question for you.”
I asked, “What’s the bag lady?”
And she said, she’s the lady that hangs out in the train station, and she asks you, “Have you ever been the bag girl?”
She said she’s really interested in how you look, and how much you weigh, and the size and shape of your bags.
And she says, “She’s always asking if you have any questions about your bags, and you can tell her exactly what they are.”
And I said, Oh, my gosh, I have a bunch of questions about the bags I’m wearing right now.
So I looked her up on the Internet, and there are tons of videos of her in public.
And then she said something that really hit me.
She was like, “How about you tell her all of your personal stuff.
How old are you?”
I said OK.
And I started to go on YouTube.
She had some personal things in her bags, but they were just personal things that she said.
So she just took it upon herself to tell me what she had in her bag, and I went on YouTube, and a few days later she posted that she was the bag woman.
And this was a year and a half ago.
And it was like a wave of internet fame.
I had a bunch to do with it, because I was the person who had put the idea into the internet in the first place.
But I did some work in the book, and so now that it’s happened, I wanted to tell a little bit about what the book is about.
How do you define a woman?
She’s a person who’s been treated fairly.
She’s not always right.
But they’re not always wrong, either.
And that’s why it’s important to tell stories about women.
Why are we having this discussion now?
And I think there’s a really strong case that we’re going to have this conversation again and again, and maybe even more.
But we’re also going to need to understand that not everyone who says they want to be a woman is a woman.
Some of these stories are going to sound a little strange.
But when you look at a list of stories of women who have been assaulted, they’re all from men.
And we’re seeing that these stories of assault are happening to women of color.
It’s happening to Asian-Americans, and it’s happening in the African-American community.
It was the first time I really looked at the story of someone being assaulted and the woman being assaulted, and what I found was that the people who were the victims of these attacks were women.
I was really struck by that.
What are the lessons you want to share about what it means to be female, and when to say something, and to make it work?
You know, we are all the same, but we don’t always agree on the exact same things.
So it’s really important to be willing to stand up for yourself and say something that you don’t necessarily agree with, and we all need to say that, and sometimes it’s the right thing to say.
The first time that I actually went to an event like a panel or a debate, it was when someone said something like, You know what?
We have a problem.
And my friend, who was on the panel, she was so disgusted by it, she couldn’t believe it, that she went off to her bathroom, because she had to pee.
And what happened was that when she went to her restroom, a man who was in the audience yelled at her and said, I’m sorry.
And when I went back to my seat and said that I didn’t mean that, the guy, the moderator, said, Yes, I think you said that.
And they just laughed it off.
And a woman in the room went up to the