I assume this is tongue in cheek? I remember reading some of her stuff in the Voice decades ago, I didn't know she lived up here. I checked the Hartford Courant, they have her obit too.
Only half tongue in cheek. In her own way Johnson did a valuable service. At the time there was feminism and radical feminism. A lot of people in the movement and in the mainstream press kept trying to make the radicals seem less radical than they really were. People like Johnson, Catherine MacKinnon and Adrea Dworkin kept blowing their cover. A lot of people were surprised come the 1980s when polls showed that most younger women didn't not want to be identified with feminism but read those three women and you start to sympathize with the younger women.
Yes, I agree and understand your point.