“I’d actually use this, maybe even daily, but I’d absolutely hate knowing it existed somewhere in my kitchen. It’d be like the broom in the closet, but for your cabinets. Like you need it, but it’s always in the way and there’s really no way to conceal it.”
Stills of Charlene’s face framed on a desk where a cat also sits. Stills of pieces of toast. Stills of women with relaxed faces in natural, casual repose.
So many women who’ve suffered death by television and just-so-happened to also like other women.
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