Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: The other side of #metoo

I don't fully understand trigger warnings and have therefore usually mocked them, but I feel the need to state upfront that this column addresses childhood rape, and is written from the perspective of the child...
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Ryan Lee: The hidden costs of ‘quarantine’

McGill University is a proud Montreal institution which, according to Wikipedia, "counts among its alumni 12 Nobel laureates and 142 Rhodes Scholars." And then there's Georgia Rep. Betty Price, who tried to und...
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Ryan Lee: Anybody but Mary Norwood for Atlanta mayor

Mary Norwood is nothing. That is not (entirely) shade, but the image the city councilmember has crafted while running for mayor of Atlanta for the past 10 years: a political outsider who has been in public offi...
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Ryan Lee: Pride and promiscuity

There are occasional Sunday evenings when I'm scrolling my social media feeds, and rather than “Most Recent” or “Top Stories,” it feels like my review of that weekend's happenings should be categorized, “While ...
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Ryan Lee: The devil wears muscle tees

“No fats, no fems” – one of the most tyrannical phrases in gay online dating – is now a motto for American Nazis. Except, a little bit of fem is OK for the white supremacists, specifically form-fitting jeans an...
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Ryan Lee: LGBT Americans facing the winds of Dixie

Opportunity and possibility are often associated with the future and what is to come, but the past is filled with just as many chances to achieve greatness or grow into a better person. A few years ago, Pizza H...
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Ryan Lee: Cuddling for sluts

As someone whose relationship goals are focused on one-night stands rather than long-term monogamy, I've learned the importance of cuddling responsibly.When it comes to intimacy, I operate on an inverted se...
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Ryan Lee: Mann in the mirror

I always hate to see someone humiliated or punished for behavior I've also engaged in, which is somewhat self-serving, but more an expression of kindred loyalty. It's like the empathy most people would have for...