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Twelve years later in this edgy memoir, Nutter chronicles his journey from closeted Southern boy to gay New York bartender and party boy, sharing everything he's learned about how gay men are taught to see themselves in a fundamentally destructive way. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. West Chelsea is not Times Square"—contained talking points about the number of tourists in the neighborhood — at that time 3 million a year — and how they were treating the neighborhood itself like a tourist attraction and destroying quality of life for residents. Beginning inNutter became a vocal opponent of the High Line's effect on Chelsea's commercial and gay life by writing the first op-ed on the subject — "When Kansas Invaded Oz: With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability.

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The virus permanently changed the conversation in the media about the High Line by forcing the media to report on the destructive effect of tourism on the surrounding neighborhood. We want your feedback! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Christopher Nutter's own self-exploration identifies real challenges for gay men, and gives insights and tools to help us be our best selves. More about Chris Nutter. Beginning inNutter became a vocal opponent of the High Line's effect on Chelsea's commercial and gay life by writing the first op-ed on the subject — "When Kansas Invaded Oz: Twelve years later in this edgy memoir, Nutter chronicles his journey from closeted Southern boy to gay New York bartender and party boy, sharing everything he's learned about how gay men are taught to see themselves in a fundamentally destructive way.

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Views Read Edit View history. In Nutter planted a story on Vanishing New York about an anonymous Chelsea resident who had put up flyers in the West 20s asking High Line tourists to use manners. Photos as well as quotes and full-on excerpts of the flyers—including a complete excerpt in Time magazine—made it into the above-mentioned traditional media, new media and social media coverage, making it one of the biggest viral media stories of He has also given television interviews on the subject, and written related stories for the Huffington Post about Chelsea's commercial and cultural life vanishing as a result of the 4 million tourists a year who descend on the neighborhood. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. More about Chris Nutter.

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