On Heteropessimism – The New Inquiry


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“Heterosexuality always embarrasses me,” Maggie Nelson admits in The Argonauts, a book once so rabidly popular among women and queers that my first copy was swiped from my bag at a dyke bar in 2016. via Pocket
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On Heteropessimism – The New Inquiry
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On Heteropessimism – The New Inquiry
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“Heterosexuality always embarrasses me,” Maggie Nelson admits in The Argonauts , a book once so rabidly popular among women and queers that my first copy was…
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14 days ago by dylan
This was good and even kinda inspiring
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“Heterosexuality always embarrasses me,” Maggie Nelson admits in The Argonauts, a book once so rabidly popular among women and queers that my first copy was swiped from my bag at a dyke bar in 2016. via Pocket
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