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Marilyn Monroe Was a Victim of Misogyny in Life and Death

How misogyny created, defined, and destroyed the iconic star.

Marilyn Monroe in Don’t Bother to Knock (1952). Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

“Despite her carefully cultivated soft, breathy voice, Marilyn was full of anger.” — Barbara Leaming

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Taylor B.

Taylor B.

Multimedia Journalist. Professional Photographer. Licensed Esthetician. Medium Top Writer.