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Sizing Up

By Shelley Singer
“Where can we see them now? That simple dancing of well-covered matrons… remembering but not affecting youth, not jealous but proud of the young maidens by their side ….” George Eliot, Adam Bede, 1859 I let my stomach out, on the beach in Taormina, in a victory of acceptance over self-loathing that I hoped would begin a process of coming…
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