[Boston?]: n.p. 1970. 4 panel leaflet, 8.5 x 11 inches, on blue paper with median fold, feminist Densmore advises that women should not play "'enemy' games with men" and concludes, "Only the march of the whole movement can force the deep re-evaluation that will enable such men to adjust to the reality of women as people and learn to deal in an adult way with their fears and insecurities"
Issued in February 1970, this article later appeared in No More Fun and Games, April 1970, Vol. 1, No. 4 ("The Female State" and may be a response to a debate begun by Roxanne Dunbar's article, "Who Is the Enemy?" published in Vol.1, No. 2. Densmore was a founder and publisher of the journal. Her mother, Donna Allen, was a founder of Women's Strike for Peace.