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We met through his friend Mary Anne Staniszewski who was in Rosalind Krauss’s classes with me at the Graduate Center.

He has no interest in dancing, but Gina has a plan.

He decided what nights of the week we could see each other: on the other nights, he was free to see other women while I was not free to see other men.

He told me that he was small and funny looking and that he needed female attention.

IN 1988, I slept behind a curtain in the living room of a one bedroom apartment on Third Avenue and 16th Street. On line at Nell’s, the club on 14th Street, we were always waved in by the bouncers while the rest of the crowd had to wait behind the velvet rope.

My roommate was an aspiring actress: she found the apartment so she got the bedroom. I was in my second year of course work headed toward a Ph D in French at the Graduate Center.

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