Frustrated: Despite having each built remarkable legacies as iconic feminist musicians, Cyndi Lauper, 63, (pictured left in 2004) and Debbie Harry, 71, (right) recently acknowledged that at times, their success is overlooked in the media as they are often subject to ageism

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