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I’m afraid of my body

THE ESSAY

 

Every day 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or member of their own family. The only separation of these women and their killers, is generally, their bodies. Kate Demolder writes about how inhabiting a woman’s body means more than it would seem, and how fear is a natural byproduct. 


THE ESSAY
 

Every day 137 women across the world are killed by a partner or member of their own family. The only separation of these women and their killers, is generally, their bodies. Kate Demolder writes about how inhabiting a woman’s body means more than it would seem, and how fear is a natural byproduct . . .

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