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The New York Times
a day ago
In Opinion “The way people talked about Britney Spears was terrifying to me then, and it still is now,” writes Mara Wilson. “Her story is a striking example of a phenomenon I’ve witnessed for years: Our culture builds these girls up just to destroy them.” https://t.co/LBdrHs0Pwq
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@korina_waibuta
Korina Waibuta
a day ago
@nytimes Thanks for sharing.
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@sonkevllen
SonKevllen
a day ago
@nytimes @SouthPark did an excellent take on this phenomenon.
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@DontTellMe444
Phoenix (they/them)
a day ago
@nytimes @MaraWilson This is such a great article. Thank you so much.
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@1mikeraffone
Mike Raffone
a day ago
@nytimes Thank you for adding “opinion” to the story.
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@KimberlyFritz
Kim Fritz
a day ago
@nytimes Love @MaraWilson and this piece is so beautifully written.
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@Reftucubilhotp
Hutt
a day ago
@nytimes The moment you sign that dotted line or anyone does on your behalf, you're fucked. That's Hollywood!
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@artsycarol
artsycarol
a day ago
@nytimes Excellent article thank you Mara Wilson.
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