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Lena Dunham: Women Apologizing Is A Modern Plague

Lena Dunham has made the decision to apologize less, explaining her reasoning in a LinkedIn post. She wrote, "Beyoncé's Lemonade was a massive cultural event for a lot of profound reasons, not least of which because it gave women a melody to which they could sing the words 'Sorry, I ain't sorry,' again and again (and again)." She also added, “Apologizing is a modern plague and I’d be willing to bet (though I have zero scientific research to back this up) that many women utter ‘I’m sorry’ more on a given day than ‘Thank You’ and ‘You’re Welcome’ combined.”

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