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Woolfers have also swapped houses and apartments, rented each other rooms and raised money for groups including the Center for Reproductive Rights and the Trust for Public Land.
Recently, four Woolfers spent a day at the Wallkill Correctional Facility, joining a mentorship program for inmates there.
Collins is indeed not only confessional, but also confrontational.
In 2013, in an article for Elle magazine, she wrote about being arrested three times: for assaulting her first husband, for assaulting his girlfriend and for violating an order of protection he had taken out against her, by overturning a coffee table. Collins is happy to share her labial regimen (see “coconut oil,” above), the minutiae of her sex life and the unraveling of her second marriage, which ended in part because of the meddling of a Woolfer, as it happens.“The marriage was strained, and I had been wanting a second dog for a while,” Ms. “My husband didn’t, but like most women I do most of the work around the house and pay my fair share.” She asked the Woolfers, in essence, “Am I a jerk if I just go ahead and get the dog?
That there would be some interesting comments about Jean Rhys. ” Or this sort of subclinical despair about no longer having a flat stomach.“It’s not like that stuff is beneath me,” Ms. “I mean, I once wrote a story on buffing up the vagina, but these revelations are very cosmeticized.
Friends wrote back, half-seriously, suggesting she start a group for their cohort, but what to call it? That would be everything from the peevishly quotidian (complaints about dry skin or men not shutting cabinets) to the truly harrowing (suicide ideation; job loss at middle age; bad marriages; domestic abuse; and children suffering from drug addiction). There would be lots of chatter around sex: requests for tips on technique; concern about “the handful of limp” of an older boyfriend; vaginal atrophy; dry vaginas; sex toys; bad sex; no sex; anal sex; the viability of hiring a male prostitute; who has an orgasm first during sex: weird places to have sex; obligatory sex; sex with an ex; tantric sex; group sex; and many, many posts about coconut oil (see “dry vaginas,” above). Collins, who lives in Brooklyn Heights in a modish duplex apartment overlooking the East River, is emblematic of a certain demographic: mostly white — though Ms.
(She didn’t get the dog.)It turns out that one Woolfer who read the thread was an old friend of Ms. What is clear is that women who are a little bit older feel disenfranchised.
Collins’s husband, and the woman told him about his wife’s query. They feel no one is listening to them, and they feel invisible.”Ms.
Collins is half-black — expensively educated and housed liberals.
You would assume that group would mirror itself online and stay small and homogeneous.
Because when thousands of women get together on social media, what could possibly go wrong? If you’re talking about whether or not to let your 16-year-old have sex or whether to have an affair or how to tell your colleague at work that she’s a jerk, people will have strong responses.”When one long-married woman wrote about the heartache she was feeling because her lover of five years had broken up with her, many Woolfers were upset by her adultery, Ms.