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For decades, feminists have argued the personal is political, and explored the politics of our private lives.
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The question of what women want has been baffling people for years.
The split between what people wrote to both Rebecca Tuvel and to me in private, and what they felt compelled to say in public is one indication that the explosion of personal insults and vicious attacks on social media is symptomatic of something much bigger than the actual issues discussed in Tuvel’s article.
In private messages, some people commiserated, expressed support, and apologized for what was happening and for not going public with their support.
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If we are to believe men’s magazines, women want men to dip their penises into a jar of Nutella.