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While apps were heralded as the ideal way to engage readers on mobile, for most publishers apps are to mobile what the homepage is to desktop: a feature that few people beyond a relatively small core of readers will interact with once, much less on a daily basis.
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Other men were dismissive because they did not want to accept Margot was a reality; it didn’t fit with their idealism. It hurts to realise their weakness is visible; that they have been seen. Nicknamed "Cat Person", he fits the "crazy cat lady" stereotype. For men who have held onto warped idealism that women should be meek, polite and loving, Margot's interior monologue, in which we she shows herself to be as crude, shallow and judgemental as any man, is a reality check.”Wrong answer no.3: “I’ve never read the .”Right answer no.3: “As much as Robert comes off badly during sex – a man who has watched too much porn – you have to empathise with him. Robert was enacting what he thought made him a man.
Some men were offended because they identified with Robert. And, like anyone with an insecurity, it hurts when it is confirmed. Secondly, men are repeatedly instructed by society that “masculinity” involves power in the bedroom.
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Publishers — particularly magazine publishers — have had an on-again, off-again relationship with apps over the past few years.
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