Fearless She Wrote
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Fearless She Wrote

I Pretend to Be Proud of My Working-Class Roots

I wear it like armour to hide the shame society has taught me to feel.

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I’m twenty years old and this is my first job. I’m sitting in a team meeting where everyone is stuck on how to move forward. Work is difficult for everyone at the moment. I make a suggestion, but I am ignored. I don’t think they can hear me over the sound of how…

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Laura Fox

Laura Fox

I write to heal myself and others. laurafoxwriter@gmail.com

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