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#196: A Natural Mother

We’ve made it to June, loyal readers, and that means plenty of extra time for summer reading! Hope yo
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#196: A Natural Mother
By Mark Isero • Issue #196 • View online
We’ve made it to June, loyal readers, and that means plenty of extra time for summer reading! Hope you’ll find a few moments to enjoy this week’s articles. I especially recommend the first two. The lead piece focuses on an intellectually disabled woman who raises a doll instead of a child, and the second piece centers on an “involuntarily celibate” man who seeks self worth through extreme plastic surgery. I’d love to hear what you think. You can 💌 or 📣.
Tonight is HHH #10! I’m looking forward to seeing many of you at Room 389 in Oakland beginning at 5:30 pm. Meet other loyal readers, chat about the articles, win free prizes, and celebrate the start of summer. No ticket yet? You can get yours here.

A Natural Mother
For Incels, The Quest To Look Like Chad Means Getting Extreme Plastic Surgery
Loyal readers Wenner, Jessica, Woo, MIranda, and Amy are excited to see you tonight at HHH #10. (The guys with caps in the back, maybe less so.) For tickets: hltr.co/hhh10
Loyal readers Wenner, Jessica, Woo, MIranda, and Amy are excited to see you tonight at HHH #10. (The guys with caps in the back, maybe less so.) For tickets: hltr.co/hhh10
All-American Despair
Before You Take That Summer Vacation
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