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Hi everyone! I'm writing a grant proposal where I would be writing a novella based around misogyny and how it affects men, women, and everyone. What happens when a woman denies a man sex? How does he react? How should he react? I'm also hoping to make it an updated epistolary story by using Facebook and Twitter messages instead of the traditional letters.

I need recommendations for feminist novels or short stories dealing with these subjects. They don't have to be epistolary, but if you know of one, that would be amazing! Thank you so much.
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