Tag Archives: feminism

  1. Women, Men, and Equality

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    May 24, 2018 by Julia

    You can no longer tell a woman that there is a vocation she can’t do. But you can saddle her with a million tiny obligations to the world, so that she never quite makes it in that big, focused work. It’s like when Cinderella’s evil stepmother says, “Sure, darling, you can go to the Royal Ball tonight – after you do this impossible number of chores!” (Evil laugh.)

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  2. My thoughts on the accusation of Aziz Ansari.

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    January 16, 2018 by Julia

    Aziz Ansari responds to sexual assault claim “Master of None” star Aziz Ansari has responded to an allegation of sexual …
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  3. When those pesky food and body issues swing by for a visit, even though you’re a feminist, and you vowed to never diet again.

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    October 24, 2017 by Julia

    I am happiest about food and my body when I can forget about both. I’ve been trapped in shame cycles, …
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  4. Women’s Work

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    August 31, 2016 by Julia

    Once, sitting in a hot tub with a bunch of people at a vacation house in the woods, I asked …
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  5. Feminism and the Kids

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    July 9, 2016 by Julia

    I only really began to think about feminist issues after becoming a parent.   Children have a way of forcing …
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  6. Swimsuit Season

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    August 11, 2014 by Julia

    It’s swimsuit season, and I can’t help wondering how many of those thin women with their children at the pool …
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  7. The Modern-Day Cure for Shattered Nerves

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    August 5, 2014 by Julia

    Dennis was away on a work trip for four days this last week – now that he’s safely back, I …
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