Intruders A trashy daytime talk show in Argentina does the unthinkable. It becomes a forum for feminism. How this happened and what it changed.
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Intruders

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A trashy daytime talk show in Argentina does the unthinkable. It becomes a forum for feminism. How this happened and what it changed.

For a week in February, an Argentine daytime talk show, 'Intruders,' was a forum on feminism. Rough Translation goes to a taping of the show. Marianne McCune/NPR hide caption

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