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Mademoiselle Est Morte: Let Us All Weep
Paris writer and former NPR correspondent
Henceforth, Sarkozy has ordered that women may no longer be addressed as Mademoiselle -- at least not in official letters or direct discourse.
Ms.? Miss? Should We Care?
Barbara Hannah Grufferman
Author, "The Best of Everything After 50"; Host, AARP YouTube ...
Is it okay to just let every woman choose for herself? What if she has chosen, but others continue to refer to her by a different and unwanted title?
What's so wrong with "Mademoiselle"
Founder and CEO, ILDK Media; Author and freelance writer
Turning "Madame" into the universal title for women creates, in my opinion, a form of reverse discrimination.
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