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Glennon Doyle: "So many women feel caged by gender, sexuality, religion"

10 mins | Nov 30, 2021
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The author's memoir inspired Adele. But, do we all need to be 'untamed'? "I've had to go off the menu to find what fits for me," says American author Glennon Doyle. Her most recent book, "Untamed", became an instant New York Times' best-seller, and it explores her decision to leave a marriage that "simply didn't feel right anymore." In this interview with Joanna Moorhead, Doyle reflects on her journey towards writing "Untamed" and comments on the amusing connection with singer Adele, who drew strong inspiration from the book in her decision to divorce and create her latest album, "30".
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