Jessica Bennett

New York Times

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Writer on gender and culture for the New York Times and author of Feminist Fight Club: A Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace; former columnist for Time magazine and Contributing Editor to Sheryl Sandberg's women's nonprofit organization, Lean In

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With the prospect of America's first female president, the issue of gender was inevitable in this year's campaign for the White House.

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With the prospect of America's first female president, the issue of gender was inevitable in this year's campaign for the White House.

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Monica Lewinsky is back.

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