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Harris County Women's Political Caucus, September 1976 - page 5. September 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/769/show/767.

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Title Harris County Women's Political Caucus, September 1976
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Date September 1976
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript Buchorn Delivers Paper on "Super-Moms" "I don't see why women have to choose between having children and having a career! Men don't!" declared psychotherapist Margaret Buchorn. Buchorn delivered her paper "Super-Moms" at a meeting of the American Association of Psychiatric Services for Children in April, and again last Wednesday in an open lecture sponsored by NOW. "Super-Moms" compares "motherhood" in the early and mid 1950's with "motherhood" in the 1970's. In the early '50's, most women devoted all of their time to their children & many mothers lived vicariously through their children. Children became the outlet for their mothers' ambitions and desires. Women, barred from achieving recognition by society, were forced to gratify their own ambitions through their children's achievements. In contrast, during the 70's Buchorn has seen many young women reject motherhood entirely—some electing to have no children, some abandoning their children. She contends that neither attitude is healthy and that there should be some happy medium—a woman should be able to have children and have her own life, too. Buchorn thinks that both men and women should free themselves from the old sterotypes so that both mother and father can work and both can provide child care. To facilitate this, she hopes to see greater flexibility in the job market—more half-time jobs, less prejudice against those who drop out of the market for a while to provide child care, etc. NEW ORGANIZATIONS HCWPC COMMITTEE HELP WANTED HELP WANTED CENTER SITTERS PHOTOGRAPHER to take photographs of meetings and members for development of public relations file. Call Olga Soliz, 524-5005 HCWPC COMMITTEE HELP WANTED NEWSLETTER: contributors. 645-0573. typists, ad sales people Call Patsy Putnam, PUBLIC RELATIONS: people to develop and maintain contacts with news media sources. Call Olga Soliz, 524-5005. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: People to contact prospective minority members such as Republicans, Mexican Americans, Blacks, older members. Call Helen Hopkins, 664-3643. MEMBERSHIP: people to call unrenewed members and locate new members. Call Valerie Burson, 522-3017. FUNDING: persons to develop and implement fundraising projects. Call Julia Donoho, 621-1096. POLITICAL ACTION: people to study pending legislation and to facilitate the search for women candidates. Call Eileen Elfant, 723-0674 LOBBYING AND CANDIDATE RATING: persons to screen and rate candidates. Call Sharon Macha, 723-7416. PROGRAM: Persons to develop and implement programs. Call Janet Fisher, 524-7693.