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White Women “Gurus” and the Cult of Perfection

Why we don’t need any more master classes

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About ten years ago, I was deeply entrenched in what, today, I would call a cult. What was this cult? The White-Lady-Guru Cult. I am hesitant to name names here, but you know the type. They happen to meet all the stereotypes of female beauty in our culture — super skinny, long beach-waved hair, prominent cheekbones…




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