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In the first episode of the BBC3 television show “Fleabag,” our anti-heroine Fleabag and her loveably rigid sister Claire meet up to attend a feminist lecture called “Women Speak,” whose proud motto is “opening women’s mouths since 1998.”
The two sisters have been attending such talks since their mother died when they were young, and their father began buying them tickets to feminist presentations, presumably, to fill the gap.
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