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The Future Isn’t Female, It’s Gender Fluid

How a radically feminist idea ended up as an empty slogan on T-shirts

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“The Future Is Female,” a phrase that has dotted a lot of mainstream feminist arguments in recent years, has become representative of many different ideologies, depending on who you talk to. The alliterative reference speaks to a sort of inevitable feminist utopia — a…




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Koa Beck

Koa Beck

Koa Beck is the author of the book White Feminism: From the Suffragettes to Influencers and Who They Leave Behind.

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