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I Was Totally a Karen Today

And I’m okay with that

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I don’t like the term “Karen.” Maybe it’s because I fit into the demographic of a a white female over fifty, and I don’t want to be associated with a denigrating character, especially a clueless, bossy, “I want to talk to the manager” racist kind of person.

I don’t look like a “Karen” and I don’t have the persona of a “Karen,” but because of my gender…




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Michelle Jaqua

Advocate for Women / Owner of The Virago

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