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A few years ago, former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was mocked for wearing the same outfit twice in less than a month to public engagements.

When women don't conform to sexist appearance biases, we're called out.

When we do, we're said to be vain.

Women can't win.

Won’t you look at that: Mike Pence used *taxpayer funds* - not personal ones - to spend several thousand haircuts’ worth of public money on a visit to Trump golf courses.

I wonder if Republicans care about corruption as much as they care about a woman’s cut & color. https://t.co/xBze4obZhv

“I guess this is the literary equivalent of phantom limb syndrome, but now that I’m pretty much convinced that JT LeRoy never existed, I catch myself regretting never having met him. I think that might mean that he was America’s first idoru, in the fullest Japanese sense, paradoxically manifesting mainly on our oldest mass-media platform, the printed word.”

– William Gibson

When you feel so utterly powerless, you can’t just hope that one day you will be heard and the trespasses against you will be repaired — because they never can be.

The real healing is the hope that maybe your experiences can serve and help protect another being. It lets you reach out in faith and get past the illusions of suffering and the isolation of the self.

– Laura Albert

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A few years ago, former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was mocked for wearing the same outfit twice in less than a month to public engagements.

When women don't conform to sexist appearance biases, we're called out.

When we do, we're said to be vain.

Women can't win.

Won’t you look at that: Mike Pence used *taxpayer funds* - not personal ones - to spend several thousand haircuts’ worth of public money on a visit to Trump golf courses.

I wonder if Republicans care about corruption as much as they care about a woman’s cut & color. https://t.co/xBze4obZhv

“I guess this is the literary equivalent of phantom limb syndrome, but now that I’m pretty much convinced that JT LeRoy never existed, I catch myself regretting never having met him. I think that might mean that he was America’s first idoru, in the fullest Japanese sense, paradoxically manifesting mainly on our oldest mass-media platform, the printed word.”

– William Gibson

When you feel so utterly powerless, you can’t just hope that one day you will be heard and the trespasses against you will be repaired — because they never can be.

The real healing is the hope that maybe your experiences can serve and help protect another being. It lets you reach out in faith and get past the illusions of suffering and the isolation of the self.

– Laura Albert

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Laura on Social Media

Laura on Instagram - @lauraalbert

Laura on Twitter - @lauraalbert

A few years ago, former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was mocked for wearing the same outfit twice in less than a month to public engagements.

When women don't conform to sexist appearance biases, we're called out.

When we do, we're said to be vain.

Women can't win.

Won’t you look at that: Mike Pence used *taxpayer funds* - not personal ones - to spend several thousand haircuts’ worth of public money on a visit to Trump golf courses.

I wonder if Republicans care about corruption as much as they care about a woman’s cut & color. https://t.co/xBze4obZhv

“I guess this is the literary equivalent of phantom limb syndrome, but now that I’m pretty much convinced that JT LeRoy never existed, I catch myself regretting never having met him. I think that might mean that he was America’s first idoru, in the fullest Japanese sense, paradoxically manifesting mainly on our oldest mass-media platform, the printed word.”

– William Gibson

When you feel so utterly powerless, you can’t just hope that one day you will be heard and the trespasses against you will be repaired — because they never can be.

The real healing is the hope that maybe your experiences can serve and help protect another being. It lets you reach out in faith and get past the illusions of suffering and the isolation of the self.

– Laura Albert

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