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After decades of avoidance, we’re finally having a long overdue dialogue about race. But for some White women, the candor appears to be too much to bear.
A writer speaks about her assault and the ‘Wild’-like book it inspired at the school that failed to help her when she needed it most.
The writer's elderly mother is now at the mercy of the daughter she abused for years. Can we nurture those who made us fear for our lives?
Last night’s decision in Missouri is a bitter reminder for all parents of Black children that racism isn’t going away anytime soon.

Kate Harding is a longtime feminist blogger and the author of Asking For It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture—and What We Can Do About It, forthcoming from Da Capo Press in September 2015. Harding’s column, “All the Rage,” is her irreverent and smart take on the most infuriating and/or fascinating news of the day. She currently lives in Chicago.