Modesty Wars — The Choice to Cover or not to Cover and How it is Politicized

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I’m 46 years old and grew up in the English Midlands, an old industrial area without much in the way of wealth. My mother had me relatively late, in her thirties.

My grandmother would never have dreamed of going outside with her head uncovered. She was a Polish Jew, but it was still normal for women of her generation. If you were…

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The anti-fashion blog. Problems with the fashion industry, feminism, the pink tax (and no, men won’t be ignored).

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