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Selling “empowerment” to the people: Why the word has finally lost all meaning

Empowerment seems to waft in the air like lavender at Muji: so dense that it’s overpowering and so overpowering that you stop noticing it. Empowerment is everywhere, and in its proliferation, it loses meaning, especially as it’s deployed in messages aimed at women.
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