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In this week’s Gabfest, DoubleX editor Hanna Rosin joins DoubleX managing editor Allison Benedikt and New Republic staff writer Noreen Malone to discuss the second season of Girls; female linguistic trends on Twitter; and Slate senior editor Emily Bazelon’s new book, Sticks and Stones.
Other items discussed in the show:
- Slate’s Guys on Girls TV Club, and particularly David Haglund and Daniel Engber’s critique of the episode, “One Man’s Trash.”
- Hanna Rosin’s response.
- David Haglund’s response to Hanna Rosin’s (and others’) response.
- The study, “Gender and Twitter: Style, Stances, and Social Networks.”
- BuzzFeed’s story, “How Men and Women Tweet.”
- Amanda Marcotte’s take on XX Factor.
Hanna Rosin recommends that you check out photographer Rebecca Martinez’s photo series of the Reborn movement, a group of mostly women who collect, create, and care for extremely life-like baby dolls.
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