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Jessica Bennett This article is an excerpt from Jessica Bennett's new book, Feminist Fight Club.  Here are a few words and phrases I wish I could avoid hearing about myself: “Aggressive,” for going after a promotion. “Controlling,” as said by an ex-boyfriend, when I made household decisions. “Crazy,” as I was called by a female editor who didn’t like my attitude. “Difficult,” when I asked for more money on a magazine assignment.
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