Told through rumination about a favorite Catskills hike, an exploration of the rot and crumbling of human built environments, famous white men of 'preservation', and the abiding magic of the forest.
A drive to Gilgo Beach in spring 2011 for a vigil brings the injustice of the unsolved murders of isolated sex workers to the fore.
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Survivors of sexual assault can't always say a verbal no. This essay explores the parameters of "good" survivorship and resistance to harm, at an early moment in the #MeToo conversations.