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And it's called the porcupine problem.
In every issue, we fix our gaze on an everyday photograph and chase down facts about details in the frame.
We see its effects everywhere, even if we don't acknowledge them.
Is it possible that, for white men, sex with other men can function as the ultimate re-affirmation of straightness and privilege?
In Wyoming, where Philip Anschutz is currently building the largest wind farm in the world, coal, which is cheap and plentiful, is the answer to just about everything.