Lesley Gore's 1964 Hit 'You Don't Own Me' Transformed Into Pro-Choice Battle CryLesley Gore's 1964 hit "You Don't Own Me" is about a woman standing up to a man over her right to respect and freedom. In a new video, the song soundtracks a different struggle over women's rights, specifically the right to choose.
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