oh Lorde, deliver me from Fucking Joan.
Amanda Palmer
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Quick heads-up, Amanda… I suspect your phrase, “my near-female peers”, is meant to be, “my female near-peers”.

The first expression means they’re peers who are not-quite-female. The second one is closer to what you expressed in your piano string analogy.

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