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#KoreaToo | by E. Tammy Kim

82 nyeon saeng Kim Ji-young [Kim Ji-young, Born in 1982] MinumsaCho Nam-joo, Seoul, November 2018 In October 2016 the Korean publishing house Minumsa released a short novel called Kim Ji-young, Born in 1982, the latest in a series of works of fiction by “today’s young writers.” The author is a …

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Is being a housewife the new feminist trend?

Can a woman who doesn’t work for her living still label herself a feminist? Does being a “stay-at-home mom” counter basic feminist ideas? Ruth Stern and Adi Moreno, A gay couple from Tel Aviv, might have the answers to those questions: one has an academic career; the other is a …

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Moving to Switzerland made me a better feminist

This is a story about being late to the party. For my first 43 years, I did not pay much attention to feminism. While I valued the movement abstractly, I was more concerned about justice for children and immigrants than about women’s rights per se. If this sounds like a …

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