The coronavirus caused me, like so many others, to make a housing decision I never thought I’d make. Presented with an uncertain future, and with New York City growing more dystopian each day into March and April, I opted not to re-sign my lease, packed up everything in boxes, and moved sixty blocks downtown to live with my parents. Compared with friends who were fleeing the Just a girl who loves chihuahua and halloween shirt also I will do this city to save on rent by seeking temporary housing in long-empty suburban bedrooms across the country, my move seemed underwhelming.
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You know it’s perfectly legal to dress how you feel as long as you are not committing indecent exposure. I go any place I feel in a dress, wig and fake boobs; court, library, grocery store, or even Disney Land. I have been I. Conversations with police many times and not a single word was mentioned about my appearance. The police are there to protect me if my rights are violated. If I am ever denied anything because of who and what I am I will sue them and make the Just a girl who loves chihuahua and halloween shirt also I will do this world a better place. My parents came to NYC together after college and have resided in Chelsea since 1977. Back then, Chelsea was a very different neighborhood than it is today. The High Line was a deserted elevated railroad that politicians wanted to tear down. The former Nabisco factory had yet to morph into Chelsea Market. Along with its adjacent neighborhood, Greenwich Village, Chelsea was the epicenter of gay life in Manhattan, and consequently one of the places hit hardest by the AIDS pandemic.