I Stood Up for Victims of Harassment

Let me tell you what I think of everyone else on that rush hour train

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I currently live in London and have done so since just before Brexit. I wore a safety pin on my jacket when attacks on non-white Londoners rose in the wake of Brexit. I did this not because as an American I was at risk, but because as a white person I wasn’t. London was not the worst…

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“I privately say to you old friend (unto you, really, I’m afraid), please accept from me this unpretentious bouquet of early-blooming parenthesis: (((( )))).” — J.D. Salinger

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Ariadne Schulz

Ariadne Schulz

Doctor of Palaeopathology, rage-prone optimist, stealth berserker, opera enthusiast, and insatiable consumer of academic journals.

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