LTAI Ep.3- I don’t keep female friends.

LTAI Ep. 3- I don’t keep female friends

On today’s episode, we try to understand why many women talk down on female friendships. We ask the following questions

  1. Is it easier to make friends with one gender vs. another?
  2. Is it easier to keep friendships with one gender vs. the other?
  3. Are women really women’s enemies?
  4. What role have female friendships played in our lives?

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