Mad as hell: the power of women’s rage in 2018

IF YOU WAKE UP AT 7 A.M., YOU’LL PROBABLY START FEELING IT around 7:03, or at least as soon as you check your preferred news source. You don’t have to be a woman to find something to be angry about. But if you are a woman, chances are you’re feeling so much rage that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to contain it all: A government that’s working hard to strip women of their reproductive rights, as well as limiting our access to

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