On Jian Ghomeshi, Bill Cosby, and their enablers
Carly Lewis is a writer living in Toronto and New York. Her work has appeared in Vice, The Atlantic, and the Globe and Mail.
Tavi Gevinson’s brave new world for beaming young women, in pulp and pixels
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