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"I saw this youngster’s decision to lead a life as a straight man as incredibly bold — but also assumed it was a choice made in fear, motivated by internalized homophobia."
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Aaron W. Gordon 16h
Borough Hall was not one of the 50 or so stations targeted by either the MTA or DOT for priority station repairs. I really don't want to sound alarmist, but how can we know any station is safe?
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Melissa Gira Grant 3h
This is extraordinary: the Voice reporter who brought Brandon Teena’s story to a national audience re-opens her notebooks to correct her own (now acknowledged) anti-trans bias.
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The Louvre is one of civilization’s bastions against the world’s latest wave of nihilism, and music’s supreme power couple make the most of it.
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For all of the subway’s trials and tribulations this year, its safety has never been questioned. Until now.
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Amy Marvin 9h
the journalist who wrote the Brandon Teena article that inspired the film Boys Don't Cry reflects on their anti-trans bias years later
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The Village Voice 13h
Break in case of emergency:
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Chloe Alison Escott 15h
A journalist who wrote for Village Voice about the life and death of Brandon Teena in 1994 revisits and comprehensively apologises for her article; reading this is like having the winds of the past, present and future blow right through you all at once
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The Village Voice 14h
Not to sound alarmist, but at this point, there’s no great reason to believe any station is safe.
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Lydia Polgreen 16h
This is fascinating.
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The Village Voice 16h
Our art critic R.C. Baker explores Beyonce and Jay-Z's trek through the Louvre, and the meanings behind those paintings:
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Aaron W. Gordon 16h
Borough Hall got FASTRACK repairs only six years ago, which included roof work. That and more in my article about the collapse.
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The Village Voice 16h
As welcome as it is to see Black LGBTQ women gain visibility in some areas, it doesn’t mean the rest of their lives — their full humanity — don’t deserve attention, too.
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The Village Voice 16h
It’s no secret Borough Hall desperately needed renovating. As recently as April, one of its entrances was literally held together by duct tape.
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The Village Voice 17h
“One of the things that made the murder so tragic is that Brandon was so young, still figuring himself out, and we will never know what path his future would have taken."
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The Village Voice 18h
Reminder: You still have a couple of days to see Agnes Varda's masterful ONE SINGS, THE OTHER DOESN'T - at and .
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The Village Voice 19h
ARABY targets our own indifference to tales of working-class tragedy, writes :
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Until every ICE officer is in the ground. ⚧Ⓐ🏴 20h
⚠️CW anti-trans violence, SA, death This article is an incredible mea culpa. I've never seen a cis writer misrepresent one of our stories, and then own up to it. O recommend this, though it's pretty rough.
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The Village Voice 19h
"SPIRAL may be effectively aggravating, but it’s never thoughtful enough to be good for the Jews."
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Ross Barkan 20h
How One State Senator’s Navy Assignment Could Doom City’s Speed Cameras
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