One Year After MeToo, Roxane Gay Doesn’t Just Want Resistance, But Revolution

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Oct 6, 2018

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In The Buzz Cut, we bring you a round-up of all the weird, controversial, and wonderful stories we’ve been reading all week.


A year after the #MeToo movement took off, Roxane Gay writes about what has changed for women, and more importantly, what still needs to happen.

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According to psychologist Philip Corlett, if you’ve ever imagined feeling a raindrop or the buzz of your phone, only to realize it didn’t actually happened, you’ve had a hallucination.

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Donald Trump’s recent mocking of a victim of sexual assault, begs the question — is the real draw at Trump’s rallies not the man himself, but the spectacle of cruelty that he performs?

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Fan Bingbing, the Chinese superstar, has finally posted on her Weibo account after months of silence. All we know so far is that she’s been held in a “residential surveillance location” and owes the government nearly $130 million in taxes. The plot thickens.

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Some schools in Iceland are putting gender equality into action by requiring boys to play with dolls, and girls to run barefoot in the snow without crying.

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PTSD might actually be contagious — sometimes people who care for trauma survivors, including rescue workers, spouses, and even therapists, may experience secondary trauma.

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Plant breeders, farmers, and chefs are coming together to reinvent what produce looks like — and the results are extremely cool.

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The Playboy Club is trying to update its image during the MeToo era, but they’re not getting rid of the bunnies just yet.

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Young, working women who are pregnant, feel more anxious and overwhelmed than a generation ago. The pressure to ‘keep up’ at work is a lot higher.

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A review of all the previous A Star Is Born remakes asks that the Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper version be the last one ever made.

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Written By The Swaddle Team

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