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In a present essay about transmasculinity and feminism for the brand New Inquiry

In a present essay about transmasculinity and feminism for the brand New Inquiry Noah Zazanis writes exactly how, before transitioning, learning how he’d been harmed by patriarchy assisted him to prevent blaming himself for the physical violence done to him. But “it also meant that my conceptualization of my reality that is own my straight […]