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    • Summer 2002 Issue - 13 Articles
      Diary
    • Confessions of a Former Girl, pp. 2-3
      Charlotte Hays on alpha girls and the harm they don't do
    • She Ain't Necessarily So, pp. 4-6
      Jonathan V. Last takes us to the brave new frontier in sexual politics--Transgender Chic
    • When Harry Became Sally, pp. 7-9
      Charlotte Allen goes to a transgender symposium and tries to sort out the legal complex...
    • The Token Man
    • Heather Has Two Readers, p. 10
      John Zardi checks out the dwindling "alternative families" section at Politics & Prose
    • Interview
    • A Tale of Two Schools, pp. 11-13
      Karen Stabiner makes a case for single-sex education in her new book All Girls
    • The Odd Couple, pp. 14-15
      Leonard Sax wonders why the Bush administration is getting all the blame (and credit) f...
    • Poll-Pourri, p. 16
      Karlyn Bowman's Poll-Pourri on teens and tattoos
    • Book Review
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      Mean Like Me (Review) , pp. 17-18
      Feminist author Phyllis Chesler is just now discovering that women can be mean. Betsy H...
      1. Woman's Inhumanity to Woman by Phyllis Chesler
    • The Pajama Party That Failed, pp. 19-21
      Shannon James explains why the ratings-starved Oxygen network is gasping for air
    • Becky Sharp Comes to America, pp. 22-24
      Judy Bachrach shows how fallen editrix Tina Brown is the reincarnation of Thackeray's s...
    • Disarming Women, pp. 25-28
      Richard W. Stevens, Hugo Teufel III, and Matthew Y. Biscan put forth the novel notion t...
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    • Correspondence, pp. 29-30
    • One Last Observation
    • A Few Words about Outfits, pp. 31-32
      Renee A. James ponders the female obsession with "outfits"