Revisiting Norma Marder's "Blind Spots" in Light of Kavanaugh Hearing

Revisiting Norma Marder's

Norma Marder reached out to us, wanting to add her voice to the "furious national conversations about sexual assault." In light of the recent Kavanaugh hearing, and in the spirit of sharing a pre-#METOO story, we are revisiting and sharing her essay, "Blind Spots," which first appeared in our Summer 1999 issue.

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