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The woman in today’s WHAT SHE SAID, there’s nothing worse that being single and fat in your 30s. She talks about how the problem of finding clothes her size made her start making clothes for plus-sized women and why she’s currently doing everything she can to lose weight. Tell me a bit about yourself. I’m […]
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I am the youngest and the only female in my office. My boss is a 60-year-old man who is dipped in the blood of misogyny. Whenever I try to explain myself, he will literally shut me up with “Young woman, don’t argue.” even when I’m right
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In my search for an optimal suicide option, found an injection that could let me go away painlessly but it’s wasn’t sold in Nigeria. The other options were drowning in the 3rd mainland bridge or by hanging.
The 29-year-old bisexual woman in this story talks about her decision to come out to her very religious parents, why she actually came out to them and the aftermath of coming out.
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