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October 3, 2013

Feminism and its masks

Filed under: Comment — Aravinda @ 8:00 pm

MODERN LOVE
A Feminist’s Daughter Finds Love in the Kitchen
By JANET BENTON
Published: October 3, 2013 Comment

Comment

The masks for the war-scarred women and children were undoubtedly magnificent, though one wishes they did not need them. The mask you put on to speak at the awards ceremony was also strong and beautiful. Thank you for drawing from your own experience as a daughter and as a mother, and sharing your insight regarding the mutually enhancing circle of love that allows us to discover our inner strength and beauty at every age.

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