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The Banality of Sexism

On driving the car with my husband in the passenger seat

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We were driving out to Stow Lake with our granddaughter, a toddler, in her car seat in the back. I was driving, which I’m doing more often lately. It’s my car, and my husband doesn’t like driving, so that makes sense.

The only problem was, neither one of us was sure exactly how to get to Stow Lake. It’s…

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Patsy Fergusson

Patsy Fergusson

Tree hugger. Tour guide. Top Writer. Feminist. Newly-baptized Bay swimmer. Editor of Fourth Wave. https://medium.com/fourth-wave

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