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Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ Is an Excellent Critique of Men Dating Younger Girls

Some age-gap romances can be highly predatory

Photo by Sarah Barlow/Low-Field

Over a week ago, Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well’ was re-released in a 10-minute version. It included extra lyrics and an accompanying 14-minute short film, telling the story of an age-gap heterosexual relationship.




Collection of essays on society, culture, politics and history. Written by Katie Jgln.

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Katie Jgln

Katie Jgln

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