October 16, 2013 by gabnormal
Another gem from Button Poetry, Shrinking Women by Lily Myers explains how whether you like it or not, many times we grow up to be our parents. When turning into your mother means losing your voice, that’s where the problem begins.
Category: Feminism, Women
| Tags: barnard college, button poetry, lily myers, lily myers button poetry, personal space, poetry, shrinking women, shrinking women by lily myers, women defined by men, women in literature, women in poetry, women's rights, women's voice
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