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ESQUIRE: “The Rise and Fall of Circumcision”

Occasionally fiction spells out a problem more clearly than volumes of non-fiction prose can. In Esquire’s short story series, called Napkin Fiction, by up-and-coming young writers, we see a metaphor emerge where more powerful people make decisions for others, who … Continue reading

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