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Should Women Stop Referring to Themselves or Other Women As “Strong”?

My brain is down a rabbit hole, help me decide if I can call myself strong or not

Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash

When was the last time you heard a man described as “strong”? And no, the bodybuilding context does not count.




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🏆 Top Writer. Kindness = my superpower. ✍Psychology, friendship, social justice, feminism & personal growth. Lover of trail running & dogs.💦 Spread the Ripple

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