In the Seventies, I lived in London. Women's liberation meant women's friendships, enthusiastic self-finding and exciting group dynamics. It meant we could really have it all, but it was also a form of empathy and solidarity with women who weren't as lucky as we. Above all - we had such fun. We explored new forms of relationships, we created new magazines and wrote different kinds of books, we sang new songs, and I made friendships that are lasting a lifetime.