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The ‘Feminist’ Spinoffs of the Sharing Economy Are Not So Much

By building on preexisting rideshare-company structures, these kinds of companies immediately place their workers—who are among the women they purport to protect—in precarious positions. The post The ‘Feminist’ Spinoffs of the Sharing Economy Are Not So Much appeared first on Rewire.
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