pamela

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pamela

2 days ago

Recommended read.

The Sexism Is Getting Sneakier

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pamela

54 days ago

Great read. Stellar advice.

The Three Words That Almost Ruined Me As a Writer: ‘Show, Don’t Tell’

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pamela

67 days ago

Another good read.

There Are No Nostalgic Nazi Memorials

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pamela

67 days ago

Interesting read.

Nazism, slavery, empire: can countries learn from national evil?

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pamela

75 days ago

Read this.

The war on #MeToo will fail. Women cannot be un-radicalized

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pamela

82 days ago

You should read this.

Was She J.D. Salinger’s Predator or His Prey?

nytimes.com

pamela

89 days ago

👏 Good read.

Poor Prince Andrew is ‘appalled’ by Epstein. Let that be an end to it

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pamela

89 days ago

Dear fellow white people: Here’s what to do when you’re called racist.

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pamela

90 days ago

😁

Girl, You’re a Middle-Aged Woman Now

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pamela

158 days ago

Interesting read. #philosophy

The spirit of history

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pamela

159 days ago

A must read.

The Illiberal Right Throws a Tantrum

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pamela

165 days ago

Great examination. #Chernobyl

What HBO’s “Chernobyl” Got Right, and What It Got Terribly Wrong

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pamela

165 days ago

Good read.

Trump has made my political science students skeptical — of the Constitution

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pamela

184 days ago

This this this this. #GOT

Game of Thrones’ Final Rebuke of Anger

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pamela

186 days ago

Funny Hats and Lonely Rooms: Give George R.R. Martin Some Respect

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pamela

187 days ago

"Whatever happens, happens." It me. # GOT

Cersei Lannister Deserved Better

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pamela

187 days ago

#GOT

How Game of Thrones Lost Its Perspective

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pamela

189 days ago

These are good reviews. #GOT

Game of Thrones: Season 8, "The Bells"

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pamela

191 days ago

#GOT

Game of Thrones Delivers Its Most Cataclysmic Episode

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pamela

191 days ago

This is spot on. #GOT

Game of Thrones Finally Got Its Mad Queen

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pamela

196 days ago

Recommended read.

What ‘Game of Thrones’ Gets Wrong About Sansa Stark and Abuse

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pamela

200 days ago

Rebecca Solnit once again telling it like it is. If you haven't read her writing, read her.

Rebecca Solnit: Unconscious Bias is Running for President

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pamela

202 days ago

Recommended read.

The Catastrophic Performance of Bill Barr

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pamela

214 days ago

'It drives writers mad': why are authors still sniffy about sci-fi?

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pamela

225 days ago

Read this. #ElizabethWarren

Elizabeth Warren Had Charisma, and Then She Ran for President

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pamela

258 days ago

Another thing to be terrified about. Gilead is apparently closer than we think. The zealot nutters are relentless in their quest to stuff their craziness down our gullets.

The Supreme Court Is Quietly Changing the Status of Religion in American Life

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pamela

288 days ago

Recommended read.

Kamala Harris' candidacy requires a nuanced debate about her record, race and gender. Is the left ready?

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pamela

292 days ago

Read.

What is it like to be a billionaire?

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pamela

292 days ago

How is this any different than what Trump & Russia did-a rich white male power grab. Bloomberg & Biden need to give up their privileged spaces for others better qualified & more deserving.

Michael Bloomberg’s Secret Plans to Take Down Trump

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pamela

292 days ago

Another good read.

Mitch McConnell, Enemy of the Vote

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pamela

292 days ago

Good read.

Attack of the Fanatical Centrists

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pamela

334 days ago

Yup yup yup. Must read.

We live in a world in which some people are used to being able to ascend without obstacle, without recrimination, without challenge: What if, suddenly, that changed? What if men were taken to task for sidelining or kneecapping women on their way to greater power? What if there was a price to be paid?

The Imagined Threat of a Woman Who Governs Like a Man

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pamela

341 days ago

Yup, this.

Hollywood Still Doesn’t Know What to Make of Childless Women

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pamela

343 days ago

Hannah Gadsby Calls Out Hollywood’s ‘Good Men’ for Their Hot Takes on Misogyny

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pamela

343 days ago

A must read!!

The New Authoritarians Are Waging War on Women

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pamela

347 days ago

Another good read.

Manafort, Cohen, and Individual 1 Are in Grave Danger

theatlantic.com

pamela

347 days ago

Recommended read.

The GOP Is Making Its Contempt for Democracy Clear. Will the Mainstream Media?

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pamela

350 days ago

Lots of great suggestions here. Good read.

I Served in Congress Longer Than Anyone. Here’s How to Fix It.

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pamela

353 days ago

Good read.

Why Is Being Held Accountable So Terrifying Under Patriarchy?

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pamela

356 days ago

Poetic. Fun read.

The great unraveling has begun.

After Cohen's guilty plea, the threads of Trump Inc are fraying

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pamela

363 days ago

hoarding wealth in a world of unaccountable suffering is immoral and by accepting their generosity you are in fact granting them the favor of unburdening their souls.

AAFU: I’m ashamed of being so broke

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pamela

367 days ago

A must read.

How American Racism Influenced Hitler

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pamela

374 days ago

Anger Persists: On Rebecca Traister’s “Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger”

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pamela

376 days ago

The American civil war didn't end. And Trump is a Confederate president

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pamela

376 days ago

The New Face of Power Is Taking Shape

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pamela

378 days ago

America Is Divided by Education

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pamela

381 days ago

How to refocus the spotlight on female writers

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pamela

385 days ago

Five Novelists Imagine Trump’s Next Chapter

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pamela

390 days ago

This is a great time for writing by women – so why are we still considered second-rate?

theguardian.com

pamela

408 days ago

We’ve been inside the male cage for too long – and now that that cage is collapsing, a woman artist has to be absolutely autonomous. Her search shouldn’t encounter obstacles, especially when it’s inspired by the work, by the thought, of other women.

Elena Ferrante: ‘Maggie Gyllenhaal is filming one of my books. It’s her story to tell now'

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