The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

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The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

The Student Voice of Fordham Lincoln Center

The Observer

NADINE SANTORO, Staff Writer

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The vibrant interior of Gays the Word, Londons only LGBT bookstore. (NADINE SANTORO/ THE OBSERVER)

Searching for Lesbian London

July 4, 2017

When I was 14, I realized (or rather, finally admitted to myself) that I liked girls. I came out as bisexual the following year, but it wasn’t until early March of this year that I came to terms with...

Simeon Solomon’s Sappho and Erinna in a Garden at Mytilene (1864) While male homosexuality was criminalized in the U.K. until 1967, female homosexuality was never criminalized because female sexuality was completely erased. (NADINE SANTORO/THE OBSERVER)

Queer British Art at the Tate

June 28, 2017

You don’t normally expect to encounter strobe lighting and drag queens in six-inch heels at a museum, but that’s exactly the environment I walked into at the Tate Britain on Saturday night, damp from...

A row of restaurants on Old Brick Lane in Shoreditch, London. (NADINE SANTORO/THE OBSERVER)

An Introvert Abroad

June 28, 2017

When you live in a city, you’re never really alone. As an introvert, that was by far the hardest thing I had to adjust to when I came to college. Three years later, I’ve learned how to carve out space...

The Jewish Museum’s Amy Winehouse exhibition takes a more down-to-earth look at the singer’s life. (KARALEE ROGERS/THE OBSERVER)

Jewish, Troubled and Talented: Remembering Amy Winehouse

June 13, 2017

When I hear the name Amy Winehouse, my mind jumps to bold winged eyeliner, brooding music and drug use. Following her death by alcohol poisoning at age 27, Amy’s image has become intricately tied to...

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