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What I Learned in Health Class

When fakes are presented often enough, they become their own kind of facts

Illustration by Bea Hayward

FFreshman year of high school, we had to take Health Education with Mr. V., whose wire-rimmed glasses and khaki pants I can still see as clearly as if they’d been worth remembering. I dreaded Mondays because sometimes at the start of class, he would tell everyone that he and I had seen…

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A new magazine from Roxane Gay offering some of the most interesting and thoughtful cultural criticism to be found on the Web. Our first quarterly is coming in June 2019. We value deep explorations, timelessness, and challenging conventional thinking without being cheap and lazy.

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Sara Schaff

Author of two story collections: The Invention of Love (Split/Lip Press) & Say Something Nice About Me (Augury Books). More: saraschaff.com

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