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bury the lede

qotd, humans

"Women liked to say, when they were old enough to be done with the business of being women they could finally be persons. In their old age, women were expected to make a lot of noise, be disapproved, be fearless."

-- Molly Gloss, The Dazzle of Day, which is a truly poetic and profound and profane work. I am a better person for having read it, even if I'm not sure that I got all of it.


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