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Autoethnographic Nonfiction: The Reluctant Feminist – My Personal Relationship with Two Women Named Emily

“For me, being a feminist simply means I am a strong, independent woman who has ideas and thoughts of her own; but it also means something else, which is an idea that confuses even me. I mean, how could I be a feminist when I am also a conservative woman?”

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Autoethnographic Nonfiction: “I Can’t Promise I Won’t Yell: Notes for an Encounter”

“What makes it noteworthy is the young man’s feminist origin story and how it reads so similar to mine. Frankly, it blows me away how our paths—quite literally—crossed. Thus, what I want to know is: if our roles were reversed, and I was the young man at the wheel, would I have turned it to the right? Would I have considered this tiniest of actions—though most serious of threats—important feminist work?”