“The popularity of the term testifies to a widespread hunger to name a certain kind of harm. But what are the implications of diagnosing it everywhere? When I put out a call on X (formerly known as Twitter) for experiences of gaslighting, I immediately received a flood of responses, Leah’s among them. The stories offered proof of the term’s broad resonance, but they also suggested the ways in which it has effectively become an umbrella that shelters a wide variety of experiences under the same name.” The New Yorker: So You Think You’ve Been Gaslit. “What happens when a niche clinical concept becomes a ubiquitous cultural diagnosis.” (Too bad being trumped already has a definition, because it’s a better fit for how people use gaslighting these days.)