Fearless She Wrote
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Fearless She Wrote

When Did Feminism Become So Self-Centered?

Stop making the feminist movement all about you.

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When labeling oneself a “feminist,” an urge arises to address every personal decision within the context of feminism. Every choice becomes either “feminist” or “anti-feminist” — because feminism is about choices, right? (Wrong.) Almost everything about a woman’s day-to-day life, like whether dresses or…

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Casira Copes

Casira Copes

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