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America Is Now Divided Into Places I Trust and Places I Don’t

The family vacation in Covid mode is a fraught, joyful, and terrifying experience

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I’m at the beach right now. I am no longer home. The other night, I slept in a bed other than my own for the first time since February, when I went to Europe on assignment for a magazine…




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Drew Magary

Drew Magary

Columnist at GEN. Co-founder, Defector. Author of Point B.

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