“Lesser Shades of Equal”

Lesser Shades of Equal So to Speak Journal: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art

I had a professor who occasionally joined the graduate students for beers after class. He was a very intelligent man, respectful, kind. He was, and still is, someone I admire a great deal. He came out with us and recounted his life experiences, and at around fifty years of age, his experiences were plentiful. My fellow students and I eagerly lapped up every story and every piece of advice he imparted upon us. And at the end of each of our post-class outings, he stood up and shook hands with each of the men in our group and gave a gentle nod to the women.

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