Susan Wiseheart claimed Feminism as one of her life focuses in the early 1970’s. For a long time, she had a copy of the first issue of Ms., which she bought at Women’s Strike Day in Grand Rapids. She has many strong feminists in her family including a grandmother who was the first to wear pants in Jackson, Michigan’s downtown in the early part of the 1900’s. She moved to the beautiful Missouri Ozarks from her home state of gorgeous Michigan in 1989 and spends time both places and a few others. An Old Lesbian devoted to women, she began learning anti-racism before age 10 and it has also been an vital life focus. She and Gloria Steinem bathed in the same lake when young. Susan loves that.