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Why Women Are Conflicted by the Feminist Label

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Feminism's association with activism is one reason people shy away from it, says Deborah L. Rhode in this excerpt from "What Women Want." A history of negative media coverage has also fueled this aversion.

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