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Feminism

The Right to Sex is a Book Men Should Read

Amia Srinivasan examines dilemmas and disputes in the Feminist movement. In doing so, she uncovers its ultimate benefit for everybody.

An Oxford University publicity photo of Amia Srinivasan (photo by Nina Subin. Fair use)

The word “incel” barely registered in public consciousness until 23 May 2014. That’s when Eliot Rodger, a twenty-two-year-old…

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