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I Have a Voice (And You Do Too)

My son asked me last night if there is still a role for feminism in the 21st century “with all the progress we’ve seen.” Of course! I told him. Steubenville, Ohio and New Delhi, India are surely proof enough. But … Continue reading

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The Tale of the Pharmacist-Philosopher

I had a run-in with a pharmacist not long ago. I’d left my half-finished bottle of antibiotics in Vermont, so back in Boston I had my husband write me a new prescription. The pharmacist balked and told me it was … Continue reading

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Woman’s Inhumanity to Women

My TIME.com column for you: You would think that people with a history of discrimination in the work place might give those whom they resemble a break, but a growing body of research confirms exactly the opposite: women are just as likely … Continue reading

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