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I'm so sorry

Invisible Women
I'm so sorry
By Caroline Criado Perez • Issue #62 • View online
Well, I’m mortified. As many of you have written to me to point out, there was an incredibly unfortunate typo in the first paragraph of today’s letter. I am so sorry. I did of course mean to type “burn their kits” not “burn their kids”. I am horrified to have missed that and so sorry that my carelessness in any way detracted from the importance of the message. I have updated the online version but there is unfortunately nothing I can do about the emails already in your inbox. All I can do is apologise again and promise to do my best to proofread better in future. I’m including again the links to ways you can help.
Your mortified GFP,
Caroline x

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