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Am I a Misogynist? Part 2

Asking the Hard Questions

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For me, writing and posting is cathartic. There is a relief when I get some of my perspectives out there for the world to see. I find myself “letting go” after that.

#MeToo is a paradox. I agree with the aims of much of this movement, yet their approach is both helping and hurting making a better world. Because of my position, advocates within #MeToo…

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Marching to a different drummer. Or no drummer. Who needs a drummer, anyway?

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