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Lauren Sandler's flimsy case for female writers sticking to a one-child policy


Must the realities of work and child-rearing be discussed again through the prism of a highly privileged intellectual elite?


 Joan Didion (right) with her daughter Quintana and husband John Gregory
Dunne in Malibu, California, 1976. Photograph: John Bryson/Time Life
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"Vive la revolution: now it's legal for women to wear trousers in Paris"

French minister for women's rights, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, has finally repealed a law brought in 213 years ago to stop women in the capital city wearing trousers.

From: The Guardian