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Girl, Woman, Odor

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Deodorant as an accoutrement of my coming-of-age was slightly thrilling… it represented the excitement of being a body that required self-maintenance, like upgrading to a vehicle that prefers to drink high octane gasoline.

An Adultery

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“Hate” is a much ballyhooed word of the zeitgeist: We lob softballs like “I hate tofu,” “I hate Knausgard,” or, “I hate Bernie Bros.” Theroux didn’t write the book on hatred, but he wrote four novels where the emotion coruscates…

Podcast #10: Gabrielle Civil & Allison Noelle Conner

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Full Stop contributing editor Allison Noelle Conner talks with poet and conceptual artist Gabrielle Civil.

What if we all lay down and everything was fine and no one died?

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What if an immigrant got tired?

What if an immigrant was lazy?

I think that’s when they send a federal agent to your local masjid.

Hard Lads as an Important Failure

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In 2015, a phone video of young muscular White British men hitting each other with a chair went viral…

The Full Stop Reviews Supplement #6

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This issue of the Full Stop Reviews Supplement is about exploring some of the infrastructures of reading.

Unrequited

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Every difficulty slurred over will be a ghost to disturb your repose later on.

Downstream

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…their preoccupations and anxieties were immortalized in objects that would outlive their owners, changing hands over and over until forgotten or discarded.

Notes Toward a Pamphlet

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An excerpt from Notes Toward a Pamphlet by Sergio Chejfec.

A Letter on Justice and Open Debate and r/NBAstreams

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The free exchange of NBA streams, the lifeblood of a liberal society, is daily becoming more constricted.