Samhita Mukhopadhyay

writer for The Cut, former executive editor at Teen Vogue

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When “girlboss” entered the cultural lexicon, it was shorthand for an ambitious young woman who was at the top of her career, usually in fashion, media or tech.

‘Girlboss’ went from empowerment to hypocrisy. How should we talk about young women’s ambition now?

When “girlboss” entered the cultural lexicon, it was shorthand for an ambitious young woman who was at the top of her career, usually in fashion, media or tech.

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