There were magazines that didn’t have a lot of women writing for them, but if you wanted to write for them and you were any good at all, you could. But The New York Times Magazine, the first assignment I got from them in 1968 or ‘9 was a fashion assignment, and I had never written about fashion in my life. I knew nothing about fashion. I cared less, but I thought, “Well, I’ll do this. I’ll write this, and then they’ll see I can write for them, and then I won’t have to write about fashion anymore,” and I never did.