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Queer superiority complex or well-earned snark?

On the opening page of Alejandro Varela’s debut novel The Town of Babylon, the protagonist Andrés identifies the moment his intuition told him to turn the other way, to resist the temptation toward mess. Of course, he ignores his own judgment and goes anyway.
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Inside Corrie original Summer's life - sexuality, ITV soap exit and glam transformation
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