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Lingo to Lose in 2015: TIME Puts "Feminism" on List - Women and the Law News

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Posted on: Nov 20, 2014

By Anna O. Kirkman, Eskenazi Health

Each year, TIME magazine hosts a poll of words to ban in the coming year. It usually includes slang terms and lingo that are overused, and for the most part, this year's list is no different. Words like "obvi" and "turnt" are among those chosen. However, readers have found it puzzling to see that TIME magazine considers "feminism" among its words to ban in 2015. The article's author states she's not opposed to feminism itself, just the overuse of the word. Check out the poll here and read this article for more on the outcry over the inclusion of "feminism".

This post was written by Anna O. Kirkman, Eskenazi Health. If you would like to submit content or write an article for the Young Lawyers Division page, please email Mary Kay Price at mprice@indybar.org.

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