This is not exactly news related to Public International Law, or maybe yes... because she advocated from literature for the freedom of women and this is one of the central challenges for international law at the moment.
She was a radically free woman. And radical is a good thing in this case. Because we - women - have to be radical if we want to remain faithful to ourselves and overcome stereotypes in family, love, politics and work.
It is a good opportunity to revise the Golden Notebook. Rest in Peace.
En su honor.