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J.A. McCarroll
J.A. McCarroll is a writer, anthropologist, and amateur baker who has lived and worked in London, Istanbul, and Rabat. His work can be found at,, Helix Magazine, and Litro. He works in reproductive rights and volunteers with Canimiz Sokakta and the Rules. He tweets @jamccarroll and blogs at

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The Language of Dude Feminism

(34) Comments | Posted April 25, 2014 | 2:18 PM

The sort of language used to assert men's dominance over women has a pretty recognizable pattern across the cultural landscape. Men, we are told, are in charge of things because they have something women (supposedly) lack: physical strength, honor, higher cognitive facilities, or the mystique of the male organ itself....

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