Then you lean me over one of the rusty containers and lift up my skirt. I suspect that when push comes to shove, you’ll leave me to fend for myself, so you grab me by the waist and fuck
"I have a question for you,” I say. “Why are you white? Isn’t this kind of a racist scenario here? Wouldn’t you be dark-skinned, Middle-eastern? Or African? ‘Hair like wool,’ the Bible says—"
The sailor’s question had re-framed reality, for one moment: to him, what we had in common: nationality, religion, age, attitude, was more important, by far, than the one difference in America that really counted.
#Arts & Culture
This exploration of Victorian responses to the telegraph is wonderfully thought-provoking, writes Eleanor Franzén.
Who lays down the law about that which can and cannot be said in public? Who decides what a writer can speak/write about?
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- A Love Story Is a Story That Ends Badly (9/23/2016) - Then you lean me over one of the rusty containers and lift up my skirt. I suspect that when push comes to shove, you’ll leave me to fend for myself, Read More
- Chasing Summer (9/22/2016) - The paragraph was squeezed between an article titled “How to Prepare Your Home for Thanksgiving” and an article about seasonal depression.
- Musings Of A Techie: My First London Uber (9/22/2016) - I checked Google Maps for the walking time to our car. I noticed a new mode of transport listed in the Google Maps app and it was a taxi ride Read More
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You have to see it coming to be really afraid, another climber had once told him as he panted in shock and pain after a twenty-foot tumble toward a broken ankle. Otherwise, your body doesn’t know that you’re going
Here, there are spaces for everybody—you just need to realize what makes you different from the rest of the crowd and amplify it.
Travel & Lifestyle
At first she liked the best of us, the quiet ones with jobs who had showers in the same place every morning. But she was a thirsty girl and soon we were not enough. Our drugs, our cocks, the
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