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No one noticed. I understood that it would be difficult for my friends to notice as we rarely met or talked. But what about my parents? My family? They were the ones I spent every day of my life with.
There are the little moments when patriarchy silently smiles and watches you fade away. Watches equality fade away. It is just as haunting and painful.
The second road was the one not taken, the one which I wanted to take.
A 16 year old writes about various sexist instances in her everyday life that normalise patriarchy and discriminate because she is a girl.
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