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The Handmaid's Tale from Canadian author Margaret Atwood has a few ceremonies which are the center of attention in the book. One of these ceremonies is the one in which handmaids try to get pregnant with their commander in a government that allowed rape. Read on a learn more!

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Women have fought for years to get the freedom they deserve, but could this be for a long time? Established orders could change overnight depending on the circumstances a society lives; nothing is promised. As an example, we see the book “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood written in 1985. This story, set in an undesirable future, tells us the life of the American society reinvented; a society where women lose their rights and the ones who are fertile are forced to conceive children for the elite. 

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