Set in the 1940s, in a narrow-minded small town, Rhonda the Rubber Woman focuses on working class women who mange to achieve grace and dignity despite their status; ordinary women working in traditional women's jobs who attempt to cope with men who love, but also abuse, harass, and belittle them, in ways that still resonate today.
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