#GAReads | 'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster's word of the year, thanks in part to Kellyanne Conway

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"'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster's word of the year, thanks in part to Kellyanne Conway":

This is the year when a sea of pink dominated the streets of several American cities, the year when #MeToo became a symbolic driving force against sexual misconduct by men, and when a group of women — “The Silence Breakers” — graced the cover of Time as the voices that launched that movement.

These events, says Merriam-Webster, are the reasons 2017 was a big year for feminism — at least literally.

The online dictionary has dubbed “feminism” its word of the year, meaning it is the most-searched word on Merriam-Webster’s website.

Read Kristine Phillips' full article at The Washington Post here…