Friday, March 5, 2010
Careergals, June 1964
Careergals was the magazine for careergals - that special group of women that refused to find fulfillment in being a normal woman and housewife. Each different edition of Careergals came jam packed with things that businessladies needed to know as they climbed the stepstool of success in the 1960s.
The magazine finally folded in 1972 as more woman became offended by men referring to them as "gals" and "broads".
Said its finally editor, J. Stanley Marchmont to his 60 employees and its token female writer: "When women start dictating to us what we men think Careergals Magazine should be, then its time for us to shut this chick magazine down."