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The “white tribe” tweet and uneasy unbelongingness

So the following little Twitter conversation turned up on my feed today: Now Twitter is a funny place. It’s a place of public conversation and dialogue, but it’s also a place where, in a way, we eavesdrop on each other’s … Continue reading

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Model weight

So. I never thought this would happen. I have always been fascinated by the abiding sense of unease that most women seem to have with their bodies. In high school, I spent a lot of time drawing women’s bodies. For … Continue reading

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