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Titled The Fetlifethe photographic project captures each subject inside of their New York City home.
Changing prevalent attitudes surrounding the subject is something that he believes can only come through honest representations of the community as our neighbours, co-workers and friends. I felt somewhat a sense of a responsibility as a journalist to do that, though it was sort of secondary to the primary goal of wanting to learn about this for myself. Welcome to The FetLife.
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