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Women are free, men are slaves, and there’s no such thing as a free lunch, according to the latest issue of Women Are Free, a popular fashion and beauty magazine published by the American Society of Magazine Editors.

It’s a provocative title for the magazine, which is the flagship publication of the A.S.M.E.I.E., which advocates women’s equality.

The magazine’s founder, Jennifer Rubin, has a history of controversial statements and is best known for her controversial, anti-feminist, antiwar writings, including an essay in 2013 in which she argued that “no matter what your personal beliefs, there’s a difference between a free woman and a slave.”

Rubin is no stranger to controversy.

In 2013, she wrote a column for The Guardian called “Women are not the property of men,” arguing that women were not “free” in the same way that people are not “property” or “property owners.”

Rubin also said in the essay that she wanted to “make the argument that women have an equal claim to be treated equally as a human being in every way.”

Rubin later apologized, but her comments remain widely criticized.

Rubin said in a statement to The New York Times that she is a feminist, but added that she also believed that women are “property and should not be used as a bargaining chip.”

In response to criticism, Rubin added that her aim was not to “slander” women, but rather to promote the cause of equal rights.

“My aim was to offer a new perspective on feminism and the women’s movement,” she wrote.

“I hope the publication’s readers will embrace my vision of a women’s world, free of sexism and oppression.”

Women Are Freed, a glossy publication, features women from all walks of life who are exploring their own sexuality and identity.

A majority of the magazine’s writers and editors are women, and most have published for magazines ranging from The New Yorker to the New York Observer.

Women Are FREE is a new and popular publication.

Its founder, Rubin, told the Times that the magazine was inspired by the New Yorker, which was a magazine of color.

“We wanted to do a magazine where you’d find the best women from a diverse range of backgrounds,” Rubin said.

Women are Free has more than 10,000 subscribers, and it is expected to reach 50,000 in 2018.

Rubin previously worked as a freelance writer and editor for The New Republic, The Guardian, Vice, The New Statesman, and Vanity Fair.

Rubin has also written for the website Vice, and she was featured in a 2016 Vice profile of former President Donald Trump.

Rubin is married to filmmaker, author, and journalist Jaden Smith, who was the subject of a scathing New Yorker profile in 2016.

Smith told the New Republic that Rubin’s essay was an “outrageous lie” that hurt him, and that he has not received a thank-you letter from Women Are Allowed.

“That was really hurtful and hurtful to my family, because they had all the good stuff I’ve done and all the money I’ve made,” Smith said.

“It was a really, really bad idea for me to read that, to hear that.”