It was 1977. I was a 29 year old woman working at a big corporation that barred women from having certain jobs because only men were "capable" of doing them. All That Glitters showed what it would be like if women were in charge and had the power and men stayed at home and were financially and emotionally dependent on women. The young males working at the corporations would try to get ahead by romancing the older women executives. Men were mostly concerned with their physical attributes and how they were perceived by women. Their idea of success was landing a successful woman to support them.
It was fascinating and ahead of it's time. I found it humorous and it helped me get through a number of outrageous years of male parental management and gave me the courage to see myself differently and work towards change. By the time I retired, I was a manager of the department that we weren't allowed to work in 30 years prior. I would love to get my hands on episodes of this show.....LOVED IT.moreless