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. . . A good friend and sister of nearly a decade has called me a chameleon- . . . . . because my “privilege” has taken me to environments where I’ve had to study, work and live amongst people who have not had … Continue reading
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Sex. When she curls against me, all that I can do is arch my body into hers, wanting to be her smaller spoon, and happy that she is my bigger one, no question. We lay this way for hours, sometimes … Continue reading
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This past Saturday, after an intense reference desk shift and hike through the moonlit dripping snow, I stood quite nostalgic on the train platform, preparing to attend a drag queen bachelorette party at an apparently well-known chinese restaurant/cabaret in Manhattan. … Continue reading