This week’s collection of interesting links from around the web chosen by the F-Word team
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Farkhunda: The making of a martyr (BBC News)
Right Now #BlackLivesMatter Is Wasting Everybody’s Time (Oliver Willis)
Why are we so afraid of teenage girls? (The F-Word’s Jess McCabe at Little Atoms)
‘Listen to Survivors’ and the Fetishisation of Experience (Gender, Bodies, Politics)
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