• Ginsburg was an extra in two Washington National Opera productions – once in full costume with powdered wig and once as herself.
• She failed her driving test five times.
• Though Sandra Day O’Connor sat on the Supreme Court for 12 years before Ginsburg, there was no women’s bathroom until Ginsburg raised the issue.
• She was a baton twirler in high school.
• Her collars conveyed her opinion on a ruling – lace reflected a majority opinion; mirrored necklace represented dissent.
• Ginsburg hid her pregnancy under baggy clothes because it was considered a “temporary disability” during the 1960s for which women could be fired.
– Eve Lederman, The 100 Companies