A Different Kind of Female Protagonist
Briefly

Schneck's work delves into the difficulty of women's experiences without portraying the narrator as a victim, showcasing self-critique and acceptance of consequences.
In 'Exhibit' by R. O. Kwon, the protagonist explores desire, BDSM, and infidelity, with themes focused on the complexity of wanting and self-discovery.
Read at The Atlantic
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