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Toward the end of high school, a community group awarded me a small college scholarship and mailed out a list of the winners and what we wanted to be when we grew up. Confident that elected office was the best route to changing the world, I listed “United States Senator.” A male classmate, for whom I harbored a crush, caught sight of the mailer and, eyebrow raised, said to me,

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