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Caitlin Gibson

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Do people always think you’re mad when you’re not? Researchers think they’ve pinpointed the problem.

  • Feb 2, 2016

Her demonstration was considered the longest-running act of political protest in United States history.

  • Jan 25, 2016

The blizzard was raging. The roads were impassible. And their baby was coming.

  • Jan 25, 2016

A photojournalist captures some of the tense confrontations.

  • Jan 22, 2016

On Roe v. Wade anniversary, abortion rights activists shift from political to personal.

  • Jan 21, 2016

The accusations against the Emmy-winning comedian surfaced on Twitter over the weekend, prompted by a tweet from a fellow stand-up.

  • Jan 21, 2016

The disabled writers questioned their exclusion from The Mighty’s private Facebook discussion group.

  • Jan 15, 2016

From here, it only gets sexier or scarier, depending on your perspective.

  • Jan 14, 2016

What does “P.C.” even mean? Depends what year it is and whom you’re asking.

  • Jan 13, 2016

Activists and writers rallied in a fierce backlash against an article on the Mighty.

  • Jan 5, 2016
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Caitlin Gibson is a feature writer at The Washington Post. Since joining the The Post in 2005, she has contributed feature stories, essays, longform enterprise and local news coverage to all sections of the paper and The Washington Post Magazine. Caitlin was a finalist for the 2009 Livingston Awards for Young Journalists in local reporting for a series about a teenage heroin ring in Fairfax County. She was awarded first place in feature writing by the 2011 Virginia Press Association news contest for a WP Magazine story about Nichols Hardware, a Loudoun County landmark transformed by family tragedy.
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