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When Sexes Collide

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for the New York Times Maureen Dowd is not new to readers of Light Within. With her sexy good looks and nonstop ability to weave words on themselves, she is said to be shy everywhere but on the page. BTW, Is she married now?

Feminism was never an old issue. Following her essay in The Times Magazine, which was adapted from her new book, "Are Men Necessary: When Sexes Collide," the author answers readers' questions on the past and future of feminism. Western and Easter societies look at feminism differently. What is your take on women opting out of the race (out of career) and future of feminism? This is not an old question. Is it? 

Previous Posts: What's a Modern Girl to Do and When Sexes Collide?

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