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Roxane Gay on self expression

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Roxane Gay: Confessions of a Bad Feminist

When writer Roxane Gay dubbed herself a “bad feminist,” she was making a joke, acknowledging that she couldn’t possibly live up to the demands for perfection of the feminist movement. But she’s realized that the joke rang hollow.

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An Untamed State

Roxane Gay is a powerful new literary voice whose short stories and essays have already earned her an enthusiastic audience.

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Not that Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture

In this valuable and revealing anthology, cultural critic and bestselling author Roxane Gay collects original and previously published pieces that address what it means to live in a world where women have to measure the harassment, violence, and aggression they face, and where they are “routinely...

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Roxane Gay—Fitting Into the World in “Hunger” | The Daily Show

Author Roxane Gay opens up about the childhood attack that led to her weight gain, the unwelcome advice she gets daily and writing a different kind of memoir as a fat woman.

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Roxane Gay: Meet the Bad Feminist

She likes pink, will dance to Blurred Lines, occasionally fakes an orgasm… and worries that the sisterhood would not approve. America’s brightest new essayist talks about the dark side of her fierce, funny writing.

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Roxane Gay, Feminism and Difficult Women | Appel Salon

From the author of Bad Feminist comes a new collection of short stories. Difficult Women gives voice to a chorus of unforgettable women. With Good Morning Toronto host, Garvia Bailey.

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The Rumpus Interview with Roxane Gay

Roxane Gay is a force. Gay’s work taught me what it can mean to be unapologetically vulnerable, to bear both your scars and unhealed wounds, and to be transparent about your desire to be better. Her work encouraged me to think about my life and writing and people in a softer way.

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Roxane Gay Reads from Difficult Women and Talks with Saeed Jones

The author of Bad Feminist, Gay has two new books on the way: the short-story collection Difficult Women and Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body. She reads from Difficult Women, followed by a conversation with BuzzFeed’s Saeed Jones.

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Roxane Gay Shares Writing Tips: On Finding the Why

Everyone has a story to tell. Join best-selling author Roxane Gay to find your story, craft your truth, and write to make a difference.

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Roxane Gay Talks “Hunger” And “Not That Bad” In DC

Roxane Gay discusses her books, “Hunger” And “Not That Bad”, at a Politics and Prose event at Sixth and I on 6/13/18.

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