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Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’, by Georgia Rose Phillips

Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’ by Georgia Rose Phillips   Anger, when observed in isolation, is often stigmatised or seen as an unpleasant or destructive force — especially when it comes from a woman. It is something many women …

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Ariana Grande: My Feminist Hero

In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, Tharunka is publishing a series of stories written by women, about women. By Yenée Saw I am an ardent Ariana aficionado. It’s without a shred of shame that I admit to this. For every chapter of taxation law that I finish reading, …

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