She actually started her career in the male-dominated country music scene, as a bass player in an all-female country band. So it's no surprise that once she headed down the road as a singer, she would choose to deliver such a powerful feminist message.
My selection of the day however, is not one of her feminist songs, but rather an incredibly unique record from 1964. It's rare for me to say this, but I think this is my favorite country record right now. It's the story of a banjo-playing country girl falling in love with a bongo beatnik from "New York State" and the merging of their musical styles. It's the living end! Like, crazy man! Dig it