On February 9, 1970, the NYC underground paper RAT published an all-women's issue, the result of a takeover of the paper by is female staff and their supporters. The highlight of the issue--for its militant separatism, right-on targeting of male chauvinism in the counterculture, and its fiery use of language and imagery was the piece attributed to Robin Morgan titled "Goodbye to all That." Here is a link to the piece:
The importance of this piece to the early feminist movement of the late 1960s and the 1970s is reflected in its availability online. I discuss it in my book on the Weather Underground and in Daydream Sunset.