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Jessa Crispin, Editor in Chief of Bookslut, is author of the forthcoming The Dead Ladies Project: Exiles, Ex-Pats and Ex-Countries.
The pandemic has foregrounded women's exploitation in the home and challenged feminism to once again go beyond middle-class concerns.
Current contempt for age gap relationships serves to strip both men and women of their agency.
The family is changing. Will the social contract catch up?
For female travel writers, it's a risk.
The assumption of female vulnerability threatens to invigorate the sexist evils it aims to combat.
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