A Woman's place is in the house

United States, 1975

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Made in 1976, this film is a profile of Elaine Noble, who was Massachusetts’ State Representative and who is a homosexual. Elaine Noble talks about her openness towards her homosexuality and she comments on the effects of this on her personal and professional life. She also discusses the variety of issues that she must deal with in her electoral district.

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