New York: Barnard Womens Liberation, ca. 1970. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Mimeographed broadside. 
Announces a protest demonstration against Glamour Magazine which was coming to Barnard "seeking female bodies to use for the profit of Glamour Magazine. We object to the plastic image of women that Glamour and similar magazines project." Special emphasis is given to a quote from a 1969 issue to the effect that intellectual development in women is a form of displaced penis envy.