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Unsubtle Anti-Feminist Cautionary Lessons From My Childhood Books

Before I had access to the first three waves of feminist literature, fictional plants and animals offered me antiquated warnings on growing up female.

The author’s stack of children’s books laying it out about misogyny

Have you ever reviewed the messaging in a stack of books you read as a child to unpack the sense of…




For women in their 30s & 40s or whatever. If the internet doesn’t think you’re cool anymore, we do.

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Audrey Dundee Hannah

Audrey Dundee Hannah

Actor (“Bones,” “9–1–1”), satirist (Slackjaw, Points in Case, Flexx), entrepreneur (of many stripes), community organizer (parrots, googly eyed objects).

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