"Gloria Feldt has a story to tell.
Married at 15, she was a mother three times over by the time she was 20. A college student for the next 12 years, she struggled to complete her education while taking care of her family. She began work in the field of reproductive health in the early 1970s. Today she is the president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the oldest and largest voluntary reproductive rights and health care organization in the world.
Hers is an absorbing story, though not a singular one. When Feldt became pregnant with her first child in West Texas in 1957, the United States registered its highest rate of teen pregnancy.
She was not alone."