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The rise of the rage mum

Her fury has built over a turbulent summer stateside, just in time for the presidential election

There is plenty in this world to feel enraged about, from the looming climate catastrophe and pernicious social inequality, to smaller things like littering and sloppy grammar. If you happen to be a mum, you can likely add to that list some very specific gripes, including the corporatisation of childhood (the empire that is Peppa Pig—don’t get me started), the endless wiping, dabbing and mopping, and, of course,…

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