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Our must read stories from across the web this week.
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Wangechi Mutu, Forbidden Fruit Picker © 2015 via Oprah

Wangechi Mutu, Forbidden Fruit Picker © 2015 via Oprah

Why do so many moms feel bad about themselves?: “But what's lost in the cacophony of anxiety is the other thing every mom wants: to enjoy the beauty of motherhood.” (TIME)

The new midlife crisis: “Maybe the reason Generation X is having such a particularly hard time is that we had such high hopes for ourselves. We were going to do better, be better than our parents and grandparents.” (Oprah)

On finding a voice: “Listening to your voice is a challenge in its own right, but owning whatever it’s telling you is another matter entirely, especially if it means turning up the volume and putting yourself out there in a way that feels unfamiliar.” (Man Repeller)

Hillary Clinton on for better or worse: “There were stretches of time in which my husband’s job was unquestionably more important than mine, and he still didn’t play that card. I have never felt like anything but an equal.” (The Ma Books)

The movement of #metoo: “For a long time, most women defined their own sexual harassment and assault in this way: as something unspoken, something private, something to be ashamed of acknowledging. Silence, although understandable, has its cost.” (The Atlantic)

The intimacy of breastfeeding, good, bad and indifferent, captured through the eyes of photographer spouse. “These [images] are ambivalent moments of strength and fusional fullness, but also of difficult moments that can sometimes be harsh and tiring.” (It's Nice That)

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