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Elizabeth Bruenig is a columnist for the Washington Post.
Callard shows that forgiveness is unfair and painful. But it is also good.
When it comes to consent, feminists and Christians agree.
The success or failure of emotional states is context-dependent.
The larger Republican rhetorical strategy
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